Consumer electronics giant Samsung has unveiled four new Android ‘Gingerbread’ 2.3 handsets that fall under new naming structure of the Galaxy devices, in the Galaxy M Pro, W, Y and Galaxy Y Pro.
The Samsung Galaxy W arrives with a 3.7-inch touch screen, whilst powered by a 1.4GHz processor, with 4GB of internal storage and a 5 megapixel camera. The GALAXY W has been enhanced to include Samsung’s game, social and music hubs, as a one-stop solution for entertainment – where the Kies Air offers added control, by allowing users to find their misplaced mobile phone.
Samsung Galaxy M Pro will ship with a 2.66-inch TFT LCD touch display, with a 1GHz CPU, a 5 MP camera and a Qwerty keyboard that provides accurate typing on the go, for drafting documents and messages. The optical track pad and touch screen ensures the interface is easy and simple to use, whilst being packed into a sleek 9.97m body. There is also access to a variety of enterprise solutions, including Exchange Active Sync, Sybase Afaria, CISCO Mobile and CISCO WebEx.
Samsung’s Galaxy Y will tip up with a 3-inch TFT LCD screen, whilst powered by an 832MHz processor, along with a 2 megapixel camera and a 2GB microSD card. The Galaxy Y has a full range of features, with the TouchWiz UI and the social hub that allows users to stay connected with their online social circles – in a device aimed at the younger market, in a variety of colours.
The Galaxy Y Pro has a 2.6-inch TFT LCD screen, with the same CPU as the ‘Y’ and feature set – only with a QWERTY keyboard attached. There’s also the social hub premium version included, which supports email, social network integration and instant messaging with the ThinkFree mobile office software.
No prices or arrival dates have been passed to us by Samsung, but we will keep all of our OMR readers informed of any further developments.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com