Samsung continues to expand product range with Galaxy Pocket

Written by: Paul Withers
Samsung continues to expand product range with Galaxy Pocket

“Affordable” and more compact option to be released in the UK later this year, sporting a 2.8 inch screen 

Samsung has continued to expand its product offering with the addition of the Galaxy Pocket handset.

The Galaxy Pocket runs off Android 2.3 Gingerbread and comes with a 2.8 inch touchscreen, two megapixel camera, FM radio and 3GB of internal memory, which can be expanded up to 32GB with a microSD card.

Also featured is Samsung’s own user interface TouchWiz, ChatON to enable spontaneous messaging, group chat and content sharing between users, and Social Hub to allow users to see their instant messaging, social network and emails in one inbox.

The Galaxy Pocket will go on sale in the UK later this year. Samsung said it will be available at an “affordable price”.

Samsung UK and Ireland telecommunications and networks division vice president Simon Stanford said: “This new device adds further breadth to the choice of smartphones we currently offer and provides a smartphone experience for even more customers at an “affordable price.”

 

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