Not everyone can afford a top-of-the-line Android smartphone. In fact, some mobile users would prefer cheap and rugged phones that don’t get second looks from thugs when you use it on the subway or dark alleys at midnight. Enter the Samsung Galaxy Pocket GT-S5300, the South Korean company’s upgrade to the cheap Galaxy Y, which has proved to be a big hit in emerging markets.
In the UK, Three will start offering the Galaxy Pocket by September, although the network is still mum about how much the phone will cost. It will likely be offered for free with a contract and data plan, judging on how the phone usually retails for about $120 [...]