Samsung intends to make its presence felt at IFA 2011 with four Galaxy smartphones – the Galaxy W, Galaxy M Pro, Galaxy Y and Galaxy Y Pro. Makes me wonder when are they going to start naming future phones from the beginning of the alphabet, no? Well, for starters, the Galaxy W is a mid-range smartphone with a 1.4GHz single-core processor, accompanied by a 3.7″ display, Samsung’s very own TouchWiz interface, Android 2.3 Gingerbread and 3G support.
As for the Galaxy M Pro, this will mark Samsung’s foray into the world of candybar QWERTY phones, similar to how the Blackjack series worked. Measuring 9.97mm thin, it will feature the TouchWiz user interface, while boasting support for Cisco’s Mobile, WebEx and Sybase Afaria.
Not only that, the Galaxy Y will feature a smaller touchscreen display, a relatively modest 832MHz processor, TouchWiz support and Swype’s custom keyboard. Coming in a bunch of colors, it should be able to appeal to a bunch of yonuger smartphone users. Last but not least would be the Galaxy Y Pro that sports a keyboard in the same vein as that of the M Pro.
Hopefully they will all be decently priced when they hit the market – anyone heading towards IFA 2011 should look forward to Samsung’s booth!
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