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Samsung Galaxy Q Android Smart Phone

A new major twist in the smart phone and tablets market has emerged after Samsung’s intention to have a hybrid Galaxy Q on the market was disclosed. The new Samsung Galaxy Q is said to combine features mainly found on its Galaxy tablet siblings with that of a smart phone. I don’t intent to go around explaining how often customers find themselves in dilemmas when trying to choose between a smart phone and a tablet to suit their needs; apparently the new Samsung Galaxy Q has solved the equation. Unlike most smart phones, Samsung Galaxy Q is equipped with a wider display panel comparative to Samsung Galaxy Tab series.

It’s amazing how Samsung is playing around with consumers; just recently, they were launching Galaxy R a device which came to take over its S series siblings, and now Samsung Galaxy Q a compromise between its smart phone products and tablets. In addition, Samsung Galaxy Q will have both 3G and 4G functionality (not confirmed); however it’s yet to be established whether 3G functionality will specifically be used for data or also for making calls. Trustable sources already indicate Samsung Galaxy Q running on Android v2.2 Froyo operating system; however its not yet established whether the operating system will be upgraded possibly to Androids newest version Ice cream sandwich due October.
The most fashionable aspect about Samsung Galaxy Q is its slider; it is equipped with a slide out QWERTY keypad and a touch screen interface. For those who love social networking, the new Samsung Galaxy Q comes full equipped with major social networking applications such as facebook and twitter. Currents reports also indicate that Samsung Galaxy Q is already selling in Canada on Rogers carrier. Looking at its design, I must admit its one of a kind featuring a QWERTY slider keyboard.
Samsung Galaxy Q Features/Specifications;
  • Android v2.2 Froyo operating system
  • Galaxy Q is 3G enabled offering fast internet connection speed compared to 2G networks
  • 3.2inch capacitive touch screen capable of 320×480 pixels resolution
  • Samsung Galaxy Q is shipped with a 2GB memory card; however, it accepts up to 32GB capacity external MicroSD card.
  • 3.15megapixel camera
  • WiFi and Bluetooth enabled
  • QWRTY keyboard
Samsung Galaxy Q Price in Kenya:

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