Samsung Android Galaxy Ace & 3 Others Announced: Coming Soon

Are you in the market for a new smartphone? Got a price in mind but are confused as to what to buy with the current sea of devices? Today’s news may help you with your decision. Samsung, one of the biggest technological companies in the world offering us camera’s, TV’s, Laptops, the Galaxy Tab and of course the phone is now adding another 4 mobile handsets to its collection.

In a bid to expand their Android market, Samsung have introduced the 4 devices with a view to being able to offer something to everybody, not just with multimedia features and applications, but with social networking accessibility giving people that all important tool to communicate with friends and loved ones. Moving on to the 4 in question. Firstly with a few basic specifications Pocketlint have reported on the Samsung Galaxy Ace. The 3.5-incher will include a 800MHz processor, running on Android 2.2 Froyo, 2GB of internal storage, 5.0 megapixel camera with LED Flash, Bluetooth 2.1, Wifi, and so on, with Russia reported as now being able to get their hands on one of these whilst the rest of us in Europe, China and India will have to wait until March.

The next is that of the Galaxy Mini. Again running on Android 2.2, the 3.14-incher will pack a 600MHz processor, 3.0 megapixel camera with no Flash, Bluetooth, Wifi, a smaller battery being 1200mAH compared to the other 3 having 1350mAH, with a date sometime in March.

The 3.31-incher Galaxy Fit as Engadget stated will offer you a lower spec package including a 600MHz processor, 5 megapixel camera with no Flash, available in March, and last but not least, the Galaxy Gio will land in April. This being as our source stated, the “trendier” smartphone of the range, will include a 3.2-inch display, 800MHz chip, 3.0 megapixel camera amongst other features.

Presently the new Samsung Galaxy range will be available to view at next month’s MWC in Barcelona from the 14 to the 17. For a full specification listing as well as Samsung’s Press Release head on over to Engadget.

Tell us are you a Samsung fan, if so, would one of these four interest you?