Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone line has always been primarily about diversity, variety and choice, but things are getting a bit out of hand lately.
The recently unveiled Galaxy S2 Plus was a great example of a rehash that was not worthy of the “Plus” name, only bumping the software of the original GS2, and now we have another device that confirms Sammy’s laziness and/or lack of new ideas.
Samsung is reportedly going to announce a new addition to its Galaxy family of Android devices, namely the Galaxy Pocket Plus, an entry-level Android handset that seems to be the successor of the original Galaxy Pocket.
The latest entry-level, but rather chic offering from Sammy is called the Galaxy Pocket Duos and, you guessed it, comes with dual-SIM functions. This is not exactly a newcomer, though, but a tweaked version of the Galaxy Pocket we saw unveiled in the UK just a month back.
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…