Samsung Galaxy Q Review

Samsung are said to be prepping a QWERTY version of the recently introduced Samsung Galaxy S based on a spec list which found its way on to Samsung’s Download Support site. Whilst there wast not a accompanying photo, the specifications page was quite detailed and also looks to point to a top-end touchscreen/qwerty hybrid though at this time we can only imagine on the looks of this. From this list we are able to see which the Samsung Galaxy Q capabilities a 3 inch Super-AMOLED touchscreen display (along with multi-touch) along with Qwerty keyboard so at that size it could take with either slide-out Qwerty form factor or maybe opt for a BlackBerry style look.

Irrespective of the Samsung Galaxy Q may be like externally, we can certainly see that the Samsung Galaxy Q has alot going on with regard to functions. Beyond the Super-AMOLED touchscreen display and also Qwerty keyboard, the Galaxy Q will offer an optical track pad (think BlackBerry Bold 9700 or perhaps Htc desire handset) that should certainly assist navigation any time scrolling through electronic mails along with websites. The newest member of the Galaxy family will operate Android 2.2 (possibly bringing about an update for the Galaxy S too) in addition to is run with a 1GHz Samsung processor chip.

In other places, the Samsung Galaxy Q will equal the the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 in the camera department, featuring a notable 8. Mega-pixel camera with an LED flash, HD video capture along with a mini HDMI port (as also found on the new Nokia N8) meaning you could play back all your HD content on your High-definition Television. 16GB internal memory is complimented by up to 32GB which is expandable with a Micro SD card along with the Galaxy Q is nicely finished off with all the usual mobile phone extras such as HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS plus Bluetooth 3.


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