Today, it seems that any keyboard single block can be a simple phone. However, it is not true. Many models have a camera, support for mobile Internet and even offer to read Facebook on a tiny little screen with tens of thousands of pixels.
However, Samsung E1200 does not accept any compromises in this regard. It's really a simple mobile phone: it has no camera, no memory card slot, it can’t even take FM-radio, to say nothing of mobile internet. At least it has some games and can make calls and SMS. Obviously, it is not the best phone of 2014 or even of 2012 - since that time E1200 hasn’t been produced. By the way, for some reason it is called Samsung Pusha.
So, what can be remarkable about this model and for whom was it created? It's clear that the main advantage of the push-button phone E1200 is the price. But maybe it has something else?
Samsung E1200 design is simple and quite elegant. It is performed in modern traditions. For example, all corners and edges are rounded. The only exception is a square screen.
Functional keys and call/reject keys are combined in pairs. The digital keypad has separate buttons. They are arranged closely to each other. The contour of the digital keypad, as well as fonts and iconographic elements bring to the design some dynamism and practicality.
The designers also skillfully use different textures in the body. Combination of matte and glossy surfaces, glossy and grooved elements sustain dynamics and make a monochrome phone not so boring.
For example, the back cover is made of matte texture, but contains four glossy strips.
The monoblock’s overall design is quite good, and seems to be competitive in around 2004, at the time when simple mobiles held sway.