Samsung working on new QWERTY smartphone

The Korean tech giant Samsung is likely working on a new QWERTY-type smartphone, rumors on the Net suggest.

Despite the huge success of the Galaxy S3 Samsung feels it must offer a new budget smartphone and the Samsung GT-B5330 is exactly what the company needs. Despite the lack of information on the device the GT-B5330 will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on a display with pixel resolution of 320 x 240. The processor powering the hardware will run at 850 MHz or so.

Samsung GT-B5330

The device may debut under a different product name but this remains to be seen. A release date has not been set yet.


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