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Reg Lucky Draw The Register has teamed up with Microsoft to give two readers the chance to get their hands on the Samsung C6625 equipped with Windows Mobile 6.1.

The handset features a 2.6” 262k tft screen, GSM Tri-band, HSDPA 3.6 MBPS connectivit for keeping in touch, a 2.0 megapixel camera with digital zoom, Assisted – GPS, 100MB of on-board memory and Windows Mobile 6.1. It’s also equipped with a complete suite of Microsoft Office Mobile applications.

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