Some interesting photos were spreading around the web recently, showing a mysterious Samsung device with a QWERTY keyboard and running Google’s mobile platform. As it turns out, though, its premiere was not all that far ahead into the feature – in fact, the Korean giant just revealed the smartphone officially. The device, which is called the Galaxy Chat, is going to be the first Samsung device to feature both a QWERTY keyboard and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Among the other features are a 3″ capacitive display with a QVGA resolution, a 2MP camera, MicroSD card slot and the standard connection capabilities – Bluetooth 3.0 and WiFi. Overall this is a budget device, though Samsung haven’t forgotten to equip it with a range of useful applications, such as Game Hub, Allshare Play, S Planner and others. The Samsung Galaxy Chat is going to hit the Spanish market by the end of this month and is expected to be released in the rest of Europe soon after. B. A.