Samsung has four Android phones in the pipeline

Darren Allan

January 27, 2011

Samsung has unveiled three other Android smartphones alongside the Galaxy Ace.

We already covered the Galaxy Ace yesterday, which is set to arrive with network operator 3 soon. The handset has a 3.5 inch touchscreen, an 800Mhz processor, 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus and flash, wi-fi and 3G.

Also in the pipeline is the Galaxy Fit, which boasts a 3.3 inch display, 600MHz processor, and is apparently a business model.

Then there’s the Galaxy Gio, which sounds more like a car, but isn’t. It comes with a 3.2 inch display, 3 megapixel camera, and Samsung says it has a focus on social networking.

Finally, the Galaxy Mini is a youth-targeted 3.1 inch display, meaning that it will have a trendy colour scheme, and probably an emphasis on social networking (again).

All the smartphones will run Froyo, and Samsung’s much-used TouchWiz interface, along with the Swype virtual keyboard (which was recently used to break the texting speed world record, allegedly).

Expect more details to be revealed at next month’s Mobile World Congress.


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