T-Mobile USA and Samsung just announced two budget-friendly droids – the Samsung Exhibit 4G and the Gravity SMART. They’re intended to be an easy entry into Android land, both costing under $100 after a $50 mail-in rebate.
You may be thinking “meh” but don’t judge these droids by their price – the Samsung Exhibit 4G features speedy HSPA+ 3G connectivity (it’s not actually 4G but it does reach 21Mbps download speeds) and a fast 1GHz processor.
The Exhibit 4G runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread with TouchWiz on top. You also get a secondary video call camera for video chats. The main camera isn't particularly impressive – it’s a 3MP unit – but any more and it will be encroaching on Galaxy S territory.
The second phone for today is the Samsung Gravity SMART. It’s a messenger at heart with a four-row slide-out QWERTY keyboard and Android 2.2 Froyo with Group Text support (a service that sends a message to up to 50 people).
It’s got a 3.2” screen with Swype preinstalled for quick text entry even when the keyboard is closed. The Samsung Gravity SMART also packs a 3MP camera.
Both the Samsung Exhibit 4G and the Gravity SMART are expected to launch some time in June. The leaked T-Mobile roadmap suggests both should be available on 8 June.
W8in for this GrAviTy Perfect phone .. it will be mine if its really under 100 euro .. my max is 120 euro :))
this is super dupper crazy for android phone after x8 :p
com to europe i want gravity smart gave galaxy551 and 4g