We have some good news now for those of you waiting to hear more release date details for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Mini and the recently unveiled Samsung Galaxy pro, as mobile operator Three has just revealed that both handsets will be available as from next month.
As Chris Martin over at theinquirer.net recently reported, the Samsung Galaxy Mini is in fact the company’s low-end Android smartphone. The handset is powered by a 600MHz processor, runs on the Android 2.2 operating system and features a 3.14-inch touchscreen display.
It also features a rather uninspiring 3-megapixel camera. The Galaxy Pro also runs on Android 2.2, is powered by an 800MHz processor and features a 2.8-inch touchscreen display and a full QWERTY keyboard. Just like the Samsung Galaxy Mini, the Pro comes with a 3MP camera.
Although Three has stated that both handsets will be available on Pay as You Go and contract, there has been no mention of pricing. Samsung’s Social Hub Premium will be included with the Galaxy Pro handset at no cost. You can read more about the Galaxy Pro via our previous article here, or watch a video via theinquirer.net.
What do you think of these two Samsung Galaxy Android smartphones?
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