Samsung has revealed four mid-range Android handsets far ahead of their Mobile World Congress debut, although complete specs were not given yet. The phones are named (and pictured from left to right) Samsung Galaxy Ace — which was already leaked yesterday — along with Samsung Galaxy Fit (formerly known as Galaxy Suit), Samsung Galaxy Gio, and Samsung Galaxy mini; this latter handset is so entry level that we can’t imagine that its the widely-rumored Galaxy S mini, however. It doesn’t sound like any of these models are coming to the US, but Europe and Asia are scheduled for appearances. You can check out what few features Samsung did share about each model below, and come back in about three weeks for the full details (which will probably leak sooner, at this point).

Samsung Galaxy Ace



– 800MHz processor

– 3.5-inch HVGA display

– ThinkFree document viewer

– Available immediately in Russia followed by other European countries, India and China

Samsung Galaxy Fit



– 600MHz processor

– 3.31-inch QVGA display

– Five-megapixel camera

– Available from February in Russia and later in other European countries, India and South America

Samsung Galaxy Gio



– 3.2-inch HVGA display

– Russia and gradually other European countries, India and China

Samsung Galaxy mini



– 600MHz processor

– 3.14-inch QVGA display

– Quick Office document viewer

– Available immediately in Russia and later in other European countries, India and China

Source: Korea IT Times

Via: TechConnect




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