Mobile phone network Three has unveiled its due to carry two recently announced Samsung Android mobile phones, in the Galaxy Mini and Qwerty keyboard based Samsung Galaxy Pro.
The Samsung Galaxy mini was launched just before Mobile World Congress and supports a 3.14-inch 320x240 QVGA screen, with a 600Mhz CPU, a 3 MP camera and Android ‘Froyo’ 2.2. The mobile is squarely aimed at trendy and sociable youngsters, with a flashy colour stripe along the side.
Samsung’s Galaxy pro has only just been made public with its BlackBerry-esque Qwerty keyboard. The handset tips up with a 2.8-inch touch screen, with an 800Mhz processor and running from Google’s mobile OS version 2.2. Galaxy Pro’s Qwerty keypad can be used for a variety of tasks from instant messaging, social networking and email access – both work and personal.
Three hasn’t released any details of the tariffs that might accompany these two handsets, which were unveiled from the ‘Coming Soon’ webpage on the Three site.
Check out the video below from the network that details the upcoming handset, whilst stay tuned to One Mobile Ring for our hands on walk-through of the Samsung Galaxy Pro.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com