Samsung Galaxy M Pro was one of the low-end Androids in 2011 from the South Korean manufacturer, which carry full QWERTY keyboards beneath their touchscreens. Today, a new Android phone has seen the light of day as it got photographed and has its specifications leaked, which is believed to be successor to the Galaxy M Pro GT-B7800 QWERTY candybar. The model number is Samsung GT-B7810.
According to the source, it will b running under Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, boasting a disappointing LCD screen with 480 by 360 pixels of resolution, microSD card slot for memory expansion support up to 32GB and there is no word on internal storage and display size of the handset. Approved FCC docs of the handset have revealed out it will ship with HSDPA connectivity, 802.11 Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, 1200mAh battery (Galaxy M Pro had a 1,350mAh battery) and it is expected to be powered by a dual-core processor.
The device has a lot of similarities to its predecessor, but you can observe the widening of the center navigation key under the screen. Users might be a little taken aback by the low specifications claimed by the source, as the resolution of the device’s display is shown as just 480 x 360 pixels, and the capacity of the battery is just 1200mAh. We suggest you to not expect these specifications to be affiliated with the device once it is available for purchase. No word on prices and official availability of the Samsung GT-B7810 globally as well as in the U.S. We imagine, it will be made available for an attractive price tag for budget goers.
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