Samsung Galaxy Pro Now In India Priced Rs 12200

By April 26th, 2011 AT 1:37 AM

Samsung today announced the launch of GALAXY Pro Business phone in India. The Samsung GALAXY Pro (B7510) comes with integrated Social Hub Premium and runs on Google’s Android 2.2 Froyo platform.

The 3G HSPA (7.2 Mbps) enabled GALAXY Pro features a 2.8 touch screen with a Qwerty keyboard and has a 800MHz processor.

The Samsung Social Hub Premium gives one-touch access to emails, instant messages and social networking accounts and benefits from the speed and control of the Galaxy Pro’s dual-input interface. It has QWERTY keyboard for professionals who want the tangible feedback of pushing buttons while typing but it also embraces the navigational and intuitive ease provided by a capacitive touch screen

GALAXY Pro comes equipped with ThinkFree Office, so you can Create, open and edit work documents from your mobile – no PC required! You also have access a varied portfolio of business applications from Android Market or APIs for business applications, giving you seamless access to the programs you need for work.

GALAXY Pro comes with an internal memory of 512 MB and can be expanded up to 32 GB using microSD and has a 3.15 megapixel camera with auto focus and 320P video recording facility with a talk time of 660 minutes and 620 hour.

Samsung GALAXY Pro is priced at Rs 12200 and will be available in leading retail stores across India.

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