Samsung has flexed its smartphone muscle and dropped a couple more handsets to add to its Galaxy range. The Samsung Galaxy Mini and Samsung Galaxy Pro are Android 2.2 (FroYo) handsets each sporting a unique build.
The Mini is, as you’d expect, a tiny handset with a 3.14-inch capacitive touchscreen, 3-Megapixel camera and 600MHz processor. It’s a budget option for those to whom the Galaxy S or upcoming Galaxy S2 may seem a bit too expensive.
The Pro is a blackberry-style device with a full QWERTY keyboard, albeit with a twist: the 2.8-inch display is actually a capacitive touchscreen, giving users the best of both worlds. It runs a slightly faster 800MHz processor, with the same 3-Megapixel camera as the Mini.
Both devices have been confirmed for an April launch with Three, on a myriad payment plans.
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