Accompanied by a chorus of fnar-fnars, Samsung has today announced the new Samsung Galaxy Fit.
A cut down version of the zillion-selling Galaxy S, the touchscreen handset comes with a 3.31-inch QVGA (320×240) display and is powered by a rather modest 600MHz processor.
There’s a 5MP camera on the back, and the wee fella rolls along on Android 2.2, although it’ll come with – and some may say burdened with – Samsung’s own UI tweaks and added extra apps.
Hubbed up to the max
One of these is something called the Social Hub, which aggregates all your social networking activites, contacts, calendar and widgets into one interface.
The handset usefully comes with keyboard extraordinaire Swype pre-installed and there’s Quick Office onboard too, while there’s 160MB storage plus 2GB inbox memory built into the device, expandable via microSD card slot.
Wrapping up the feature set is Bluetooth, USB 2.0 , Wi-Fi, 3.5mm audio jack, FM radio and speaker, and the Samsung Galaxy Fit os set to trot itself way into the UK on March 2011, with pricing and carriers to be announced.