Apart from announcing the high-end Galaxy S II at MWC 2011, Samsung has also brought its mid-to-low end range of Galaxy smartphones.
They all have Android 2.2.1, TouchWiz 3.0 UI, 3G, Wi-Fi, and A-GPS, and should be available starting this month (in select markets, of course) – competing with LG’s new Optimus Me.
The Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Mini have 600MHz processors and QVGA displays (3.3 inches and 3.14 inches, respectively).
Check out the Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Mini in the hands-on video below:
The Samsung Galaxy Gio has an 800MHz processor, and a 3.2 inch HVGA (320 x 480) screen.
Check out the Galaxy Gio in this hands-on video:
All these Galaxy smartphones are slim, well-designed, and offer nice sets of features, so I can really see Samsung selling lots and lots of them.
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