We told you Sammyâ€™s got a new naming scheme for their Galaxy line-up, and now, theyâ€™ve just launched the rookie batch of handsets under Samsungâ€™s new Galaxy alphabet.
First up, meet the Galaxy M Pro. This is a 1Ghz-powered Gingerbread QWERTY phone that packs a VGA cam on the front, a 5-megapixel cam â€˜round the back, Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi, 7.2Mbps HSDPA connectivity, and a 2.66-inch WVGA (480×320) display. This also comes with enterprise solutions, such as Exchange Actie Sync, Sybase Afaria, CISCO Mobile and WebEx.
Next, we have the Samsung Galaxy W. This baby sports a 3.7-inch WVGA (800×480) LCD touchscreen, a 5-MP camera, Bluetooth 2.1 WiFi, 14.4Mbps HSDPA connectivity, and a 1.4GHz processor under the hood. This too runs on Android 2.3.
For the last pair, we have the Samsung Galaxy Y and the Galaxy Y Pro. The Galaxy Y features a 3-inch WVGA (320×240) touchscreen, a 2-megapixel cam, Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi, 7.2Mbps HSDPA connectivity with an 832MHz processor manning the show and Gingerbread as its OS.
Exact specs of the Galaxy Y Pro were not disclosed, but this should more or less be just the QWERTY-equipped twin of the Galaxy Y.
No word yet on when these new Galaxy goodies will roll out, but all four are confirmed coming to IFA 2011 in Berlin, where we expect to hear more about these new Samsung Gingerbread phones.
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