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Samsung Galaxy Pocket – what you need to know

Samsung has made a name for itself as a manufacturer of some of the best smartphones of the last couple of years.

Its near-perfect use of Google’s Android operating system, combined with its own sleek user interface, has earned it high praise and big sales.

The likes of the Galaxy S2 and the surprisingly successful Galaxy Note have given Samsung hoards of fans, many of whom are waiting with baited breath for the tech giant’s next huge release – the Galaxy S3.

But of course Samsung isn’t just about the high-end. It takes a different approach to a company like Apple, who choose to release a small amount of products each year.

Samsung is a proper manufacturer, regularly developing and delivering new products for all sections of the market. But even by Samsung’s busy standards, the South Korean firm has been going a little crazy of late.

Prolific Samsung

The company could be said to be going on something of a manufacturing spree recently, seemingly hell-bent on providing a phone for every type of customer.

Not that we’re complaining – the more phones the better. But Samsung’s latest handset is really completing its market coverage.

Pocket-sized device

Unveiled last month, the Samsung Galaxy Pocket is the latest offering from the tech giant. But there’s nothing giant about this device – as you might have guessed from the name, the Galaxy Pocket is small and sweet.

Designed for bargain-hunting smartphone customers who want a no-nonsense device designed for all life’s pitfalls, the Galaxy Pocket is a pint sized, entry-level offering.

With a 2.8-inch QVGA LCD display, the Pocket will indeed fit in almost any pocket. Under the bonnet, it’s basic but decent – giving us an 832 MHz processor and 3GB of internal memory.

Running Android 3.2 Gingerbread, the Galaxy Pocket will do more than enough for a lot of smartphone users. The price is guaranteed to tempt a lot more too.