Samsung announces the launch of four new Android running Galaxy handsets in the UK in March and April
Samsung has added four smartphones to its Galaxy range which will become available in the UK in March and April.
The expansion comes on the back of the successful launch of the Samsung Galaxy S of which 10 million devices were sold in seven months.
All of the devices,the Samsung Galaxy Gio (pictured left), the Samsung Galaxy Mini (pictured centre), the Samsung Galaxy Ace (pictured right) and the Samsung Galaxy Fit will run Google’s Android 2.2 platform.
The Ace, Mini and Fit will all be released in March while the Gio will go on sale in April.
Samsung UK and Ireland managing director Simon Stanford said: “Following the phenomenal success of the Galaxy S and the growing popularity of Android, we wanted to make the smartphone experience accessible to a wider audience through an extended portfolio.
“With the Galaxy Family now offering a complete range of smartphones, combining excellent hardware technology and the latest operating system, as well as engaging interactive content, we firmly believe there is something for everyone, irrespective of whether it is their first smartphone or their fifth.”
Samsung will also make a new free entertainment bundle available to customers purchasing a Samsung galaxy S between February 1 and March 31.
The package will include a choice of three movies or six games downloads.