Samsung Galaxy Precedent

September 4, 2011 by USA Post 

Samsung Galaxy PrecedentSamsung Galaxy Precedent, Just over a week, our own Robert Nelson brought the news of the previous Samsung Galaxy, a new Android phone offered by Straight Talk Android. Now we have a bit of an update for you as the company is accepting pre-orders by phone, and they were alerted by a contact force to press the company TracFone Wireless.
You’ll be glad to know that there is no contract with the Galaxy Samsung precedent as that offered by the Straight Talk, but he is still looking for a decent Android phone quality. It offers a 3.2-inch touchscreen running at 320 x 480 resolution, backed by a 800 MHz processor, 384 megs of RAM, GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, GPS, microSD card slot for additional storage and a two megapixel camera. It also offers up multitasking (plus you can even switch between open applications quickly and easily, or so say the reports), Swype text messages, and is configured to run Android 2.2 or Froyo, if you prefer the tasty name .

While there is no contract, once I receive a subscription plan, like your home phone or cable bill or the like, requires you to pay per month, and you will pay and 45 per month for unlimited calls, text, data, and 411 information services. The phone itself, meanwhile, sells for 149.88 and as phones (and phone bills) are not really as bad as all that comes out of this.

So what do you think about the previous Samsung Galaxy? Any of you that want to place a backorder on it or are still waiting for the iPhone 5 to emerge? Either way, head down to the comments section and tell us what you think, but on his way down, we have a video of the Straight Talk people that gives a more visual in the previous Samsung Galaxy, so have a look and tell us what you think about that too.

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