Mobile phone network Three is now retailing the Samsung Galaxy Mini, one of Samsung's latest Android handsets announced just before Mobile World Congress – along with the Samsung Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Gio.
The Samsung Galaxy Mini tips up with a 3.14-inch 320x240 QVGA capacitive screen, with a 600Mhz CPU, a 3megapixel camera and is squarely aimed at trendy and sociable youngsters, with a flashy colour stripe along the side.
The mobile phone arrives running Android ‘Froyo’ 2.2, with an integrated social networking phonebook and the ability to turn the handset into the MIFI device - with its WIFI hotspot capabilities.
Samsung’s Galaxy Mini is available on Three’s infamous £25 a month ‘One Plan’ that is accompanied by 2,000 minutes, a 5,000 text message bundle and a truly unlimited data allowance – with no limits, whatsoever.
The Mini is also around on pay as you go plans with the network, with the phone costing £99. There are two 30-day tariffs on offer, a £15 and a £25 version – with 300 and 500 minutes, a 3,000 text message bundle attached and the same unlimited data allowance as the One Plan.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com