Samsung unveiled its latest entry-level Android smartphone to launch through Net10 and StraightTalk on the Verizon network.
Dubbed the Galaxy Proclaim, this Droid unfortunately runs Gingerbread on its slightly curved 3.5"h HVGA display with a resolution of 320x480 pixels. Under the hood, things are looking better with a 1GHz procesor and 1GB of built-in storage.
The phone comes with support for CDMA/EV-DO Rev (800/1900MHz) and microSD slot, which lets you expand the storage by up to 32GB. Above the 1500mAh battery sits a 3MP camera.
The Galaxy Proclaim is priced at the very affordable $180 and the phone is already available for purchase.
Samsung Galaxy Proclaim, works on Verizon and for the poor guy this is an upgrade, unlike the rest of you all who can afford the high end contract phone and the poor man can not, and the prepaid is the phones that have already been in the market for...
Try Amazon for the Galaxy Proclaim for Net10
I bought thisphone when it first came to a Walmart in Ozark, Alabama now they have sold out even in surrounding areas