Samsung has announced its Galaxy Gio smartphone, which among other things, includes a 3.2 inch display, and features the Gingerbread operating system.
The Gio smartphone features the Gingerbread operating system, the Google Android OS that makes everything from navigation to downloading and web browsing faster and easier. New features like the Social Hub, which keeps all your Social Networking Services (SNS) and messaging in one spot, and the Android Market ensures that all your entertainment and communication is at your fingertips.
3.2” HVGA screen
The polished design of this mobile is an extension of a personal style. The Gio satisfies design aesthetics while also being ergonomically compact for easy portability and comfortable usage. The 3.2‚ HVGA display is ideal for viewing video and browsing photos, too.
Powerful performance/borderless networking
Enjoy the speed and rich performance of this smartphone. No longer will you have to wait around for movies to load or applications to start – everything works quickly and hassle-free. Wi-Fi provides faster web browsing with a wider coverage than before, and the phone’s HSDPA downloads large files at 7.2Mbps.
A one-stop centre for all your messaging, the Social Hub offers you a quick glance status check of all messages across various platforms including email, instant messaging, social networking and SMS. You won’t even have to view different calendars to get their schedules. Various online calendars including Facebook Events are all integrated into one easy-to-check calendar. You won’t have to look up two separate widgets to check the time and the weather thanks to the Hybrid widgets. Also, there’s a widget to monitor data usage so the phone bill doesn’t get too out of control.
With access to the mobile’s many features and everything from Google Mobile Services to over 200 000 applications from the Android Market is available.
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