Samsung plans Gravity Q smartphone

US customers will soon see a new Samsung smartphone that will be called Gravity Q. The device will be sold in the USA by the T-Mobile carrier and will come with a full QWERTY keyboard in a chassis that measures 112 x 59.4 x 14.5 mm for total weight of 119 grams.

The Gravity Q will not be a high-end device as it comes with just a 3-inch display at QVGA resolution (240 x 320 pixels), a single-core STE U6805-Core processor at 416 MHz, 128 MB of RAM, a 2 MP rear camera, support for 3G and Bluetooth, a FM radio, a microSD card slot (up to 32 GB) and a 1000 mAh battery.

US customers can get the smartphone for USD 153.99 or for monthly installments of just USD 6 for 24 months with a down payment of USD 9.99. There’s no word on worldwide availability as of now.


Source: Ubergizmo

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