Samsung Galaxy Pro Demoed by Three

This morning, the Three UK network Blog posted a video demonstration of the new Samsung Galaxy Pro smartphone that will soon be launching on its network.

The technical specs show that it has a 2.8 inch screen which is capacitive touch. The screen takes up about half of the screen unlike the regular Samsung Galaxy which covers the whole front panel. This is of course, because of the QWERTY keyboard that takes up the bottom side of the device.

The operating system on the Samsung Galaxy Pro is Google Android 2.2 which also brings full access to the Android Market allowing more apps to be downloaded as and when needed.

The processor runs at 800MHz. The camera on the back can capture images at 3 megapixels.

With the device running Android 2.2, it also allows you to use it as a personal wireless hotspot. The Three network appear to be allowing users to use this service for free if they are on the One Plan.

Other than that, it’s a fairly standard Android smartphone that has a nice screen. For those who prefer a QWERTY over a touchscreen, it could be an option for you. Just note that you do get a smaller screen, but as the keyboard is on the front and not a landscape slider, you also save on the depth of the phone.

The video below gives a quick demo of what the Galaxy Pro is capable of:

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