(TS) – Since Samsung’s smartphone Galaxy features more devices than the average Joe can count and these cover essentially all bases, from low to high-end, you might have thought the Koreans ditched the “dumb phone” market by now.
Only surprise, surprise, that’s not the case… yet. The newest Samsung feature phone to see daylight is called Gravity Q and can be purchased via T-Mobile, the US carrier that will likely have exclusive rights over it.
Now I don’t intend to beat it around the bush, so I’ll be blunt – the only reason why one would ever want this Gravity Q is if one couldn’t afford a smartphone. T-Mo asks just 10 bucks upfront for the QWERTY-toting basic handheld, plus 24 monthly payments of $6, which on the whole means you’ll pay $154 for it.
This mobile phone has been provided with 3 inches screen size. The display size of predecessor mobile Gravity T is given as 2.8 inches and hence the latest one is bigger than the previous one. This mobile phone has been provided with 2 megapixels resolution camera on the rear side and is having FM radio support. It comes with battery of 1,000 mAH capacity. There is support for memory expansion because this mobile supports 32 GB micro SD card slot. There is no word about internal memory. This mobile supports 3G connectivity as well.
Tags: QWERTY Samsung Gravity Q, T-Mobile
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