Samsung’s burgeoning Galaxy range is about to get a new pocket-sized addition to be unveiled at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC), reports suggest.
Dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570, the handset, the existence of which was confirmed by China’s equivalent of the FCC, runs Android 2.2, AKA Froyo, out of the box and comes in at a compact 110.42×60.76×12.68mm.
Other than that confirmed specs are pretty thin on the ground. But according to Samsung Hub, it’ll also pack a display with 240x320 resolution, microSD card support for expanding storage and the usual array of connectivity options, including 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
It’s thought that Sammy will break cover with the handset at next month’s MWC – the Barcelona-based tech expo that’s also expected to see the official launch of the HTC Scribe tablet. Speculation is also mounting that Nokia will debut its latest NSeries N9 handset at the event.
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