|Written by HeavenlyAndroid|
|Friday, 16 September 2011 06:00|
As Samsung enters a new naming era for their android smartphones, following an 'alphabet spaghetti' route, we introduce Samsung Galaxy W. A middle-level android phone that is expected to be available on both O2 and Three within the next few days.
What can you expect from Samsung's newest android smartphone addition? Samsung Galaxy W is built with power and speed in mind, with a 1.4 GHz Scorpion processor flexing its powerful muscles at the centre of the phone. Browsing the internet and installing apps, documents etc should be a breeze, and viewing videos should be seamless and lag-free.
As would be expected from a mid-range smartphone, Galaxy W also comes equipped with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), bringing you the very latest android phone experience. The rear camera is a respectable 5 MP and also enjoys autofocus, LED flash and face detection. There is a front facing VGA camera too.
Get a Cheaper Piece of Samsung Alphabet Action
If you're after a cheaper android phone that also runs on 2.3 (Gingerbread), why not take a look at Samsung Galaxy Y , Samsung's latest entry-level smartphone, available on Vodafone very soon and expected to cost less than £100. You can't argue with that!
If you can't wait to see some footage of this phone in action, why not take a sneaky peek at the Samsung Galaxy W 18150 below, courtesy of Three:
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