Continuing from where we left off, Samsung has 3 more budget Android 2.2 devices on offer – the Galaxy Gio, Fit and mini. Lets take a look at all 3 of them.
The Samsung Galaxy Gio
The Gio is pretty much similar to the Galaxy Ace attribute-wise, shipping in a 800MHz processor, Android 2.2, and Swype — but has a much ‘attractive’ design than Ace which makes it a more want-able device. Again, just like the Ace, the Gio too has a matte plastic back – a cool new spotting on Samsung’s devices off late. Compared to the Ace, the Gio takes it down a notch with a 3.2-inch display and 3 megapixel camera.
The Samsung Galaxy Fit
A dull affair this, the Galaxy Fit is pretty much similar to the Gio, with differences between them mostly aesthetic, in the wrong sense. The 3.3-inch handset boasts a 600MHz processor and a 5 megapixel shooter, but is noticeably thicker than the Ace and the Gio. Display support is QVGA.
The Samsung Galaxy mini
This phone is the cheapest of the lot. At 3.14 inch, the mini accommodates a 600MHz processor, 3 megapixel camera, and QVGA display. Quoting Engadget: “Sure, it is very pocketable and has a greenish border, but it’s also rather thick, and the display quality just looked incredibly grainy and washed out. Still, we assume if Samsung prices it extremely well, it stands a fighting chance.”
Which is your favorite among the 4 – Ace/Gio/Fit/mini ?