T-Mobile Move and Samsung Galaxy Mini–Budget Android phones announced at MWC 2011

Samsung Galaxy Mini And TMobile Move Official Launch

Late yesterday, at Mobile World’s Congress show 2011, T-Mobile has officially announced it’s two new-budget level smartphones, Samsung Galaxy Mini and T-Mobile Move. Both the affordable phones are running with Android OS and having some noted and reasonable specifications.

Samsung Galaxy Mini is running with Android 2.2 Froyo OS, sporting a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, a 600MHz processor, 150MB of internal storage, microSDHC support for 32GB memory expansion support, HSDPA 7.2Mbps, Quad-band GSM, 2GB card in box, TouchWiz UI, Samsung Hub, Bluetooth 2.1, USB 2.0, Android Market, whole host of Google services and so on.

Check out the Full Specifications of Samsung Galaxy Mini.

T-Mobile Move also comes with Android Froyo OS, running on 600MHz processor, sporting a 2.8 inches display with 320 x 240 pixels of resolution, 2 Megapixels camera and 150MB of internal memory, 2GB card in box, micro-SD card slot support for 32GB memory expansion, HSDPA – 7.2Mbps, Android Market, whole host of the Google services and much more.

Price & Availability

Both the Samsung Galaxy Mini and T-Mobile Move will be arriving with an affordable pricing values ranging between $50$75 with a 2-year signed contract.

T-Mobile Move has been determined as the “most affordable Android device,” although no specific price was announced today. The phone will become available in Europe in May, and will likely come to the US in the following months.

[Via: BGR]

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