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Samsung Announces Galaxy Pocket Smartphone!

7 March 2012 3,513 views No Comment

After announcing Galaxy Beam and Galaxy Ace 2, Samsung just unveiled latest addition to its Android powered Galaxy portfolio – Galaxy Pocket. With a super-slim design, Samsung Galaxy Pocket is ideal for road warriors. Sporting 2.8″ QVGA touch-screen display delivers a big picture of everything you do on-screen. Upgraded TouchWiz user interface on this Samsung smartphone makes menu navigation much easier.

Samsung Galaxy Pocket

With Galaxy Pocket’s social networking and communication features, connecting with others and sharing content is quick and easy. Pre-loaded Samsung’s ChatON cross-platform communication service connects all smartphone users into a single community, allowing group chatting, spontaneous messaging, and content sharing. This service allows all users to stay in touch with others more easily.

Samsung Galaxy Pocket features:

  • Speedy 832MHz Processor
  • Android 2.3 “Gingerbread” OS
  • 2MP rear camera with fixed focus
  • Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0
  • USB 2.0 port
  • Sensor: Accelerometer and Digital Compass
  • 32GB on-board memory (Support for additional 32GB)
  • 1200mAh Li-ion Standard Battery

In addition, pre-loaded Social Hub brings instant messaging, social network, and email communications in a single inbox for added convenience. Samsung Galaxy Pocket offers easy access to tons of useful apps available at Android Market. Galaxy Pocket will be available in the UK later this year, but no words on pricing at the moment.

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