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The Samsung Galaxy Pro is a touch and text phone that's great for business and for pleasure. With its physical QWERTY keyboard, it's brilliant for messaging on the go. And to keep you entertained, you can choose from thousands of terrific Android apps too.
Need a phone that makes text entry easy? You're in the right place. Choose the Samsung Galaxy Pro and you'll get an expansive QWERTY keyboard that's perfect for composing lengthy emails and is much less fiddly than some touchscreen keyboards. And to help you keep up to date with messages, the Galaxy Pro features a unified inbox for all your messages, as well.
Meanwhile, for the fun stuff such as playing games, watching videos and browsing the web, you've got a great 2.8-inch touchscreen that's fantastically intuitive to use and supports multi-touch gestures, such as pinch to zoom. Plus, you get the great Swype app built-in too - an innovative application that massively speeds up touchscreen typing.
As with all Android phones, the Galaxy Pro has got apps on lockdown too. Just head to the Android Market online software store and you're presented with some 200,000 titles, taking in everything from business tools to diversions and games. There really is something for everyone. And best of all, many Android applications are completely free to download.
Other features of the Samsung Galaxy Pro include the option to use your phone as a de facto mobile broadband dongle via tethering, one-touch access to social networking features, built-in Google apps such as Facebook and YouTube and the option to expand on board storage by up to 32GB by adding a microSD card.