Sunday, July 24, 2011


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T-Mobile revealed two new affordable smartphones at the Mobile World Congress 2011. They are the Samsung Galaxy Mini as well as T-Mobile Move. Both handsets will be headed to the US market in spring. It is expected that the mobile devices will cost $50-$75. They will be offered with a two-year contract.
The Samsung Galaxy Mini comes from the affordable Android phone wave. The handset runs Android 2.2 and boasts of a 3.2-inch display. It is powered by a 600GHz ARM processor. The handset is equipped with a 3G radio. The Samsung Galaxy Mini is capable to offer download speeds of 3.6 mbps. The mobile device comes with 150MB of internal memory, which you can expand by means of microSD up to 32MB. Although the handset has unimpressive specs, its low price will be fine for customers who are looking for an affordable mobile device.
It is claimed that the T-Mobile Move is the most affordable Android-based handset, although the handset’s pricing details are not known to us. It is speculated that the mobile device will be available in the European market in May. It is expected that the T-Mobile Move will hit the US market in the following months.
The affordable phone is based on Android 2.2 Froyo. It is powered by a 600 MHz processor. The handset comes equipped with an HSPDA radio that is able to handle a top speed of 7.2 mbps. The handset sports a 2.8 inch display that is supportive to the resolution of 320 by 240 pixels. On the back of the mobile device you will find a 2MP camera. The handset is offered with 150MB of internal memory. If it is not enough for you, the storage can be expanded up to 32MB

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