Samsung galaxy pocket

Samsung Galaxy Core 2 Duos, Pocket 2 leaked toting dual SIM

Samsung has innumerable Android devices in all price ranges that it is almost impossible to distinguish one from the other by name or even by appearance. To add even more to that confusion, the manufacturer seems to be hell bent on releasing the next generation of its Galaxy Core and Galaxy Pocket devices, sporting dual SIM capabilities quite popular in certain markets.

Samsung details the entry-level Galaxy Pocket Neo and Galaxy Star

Samsung has recently announced two new entry-level smartphones. The handsets include the Galaxy Pocket Neo and the Galaxy Star. So far aside from both handsets being what we would consider entry-level, they each share some common specs -- namely with the size of the display. Both the Galaxy Pocket Neo and the Galaxy Star have 3.0-inch QVGA TFT displays.

Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus image and specs revealed

It looks as if another Samsung smartphone has been revealed. Though, this reveal comes ahead of any official announcement. What we have are details on the Galaxy Pocket Plus, a rather low-end device. Not to mention, a rather small device. And as the pocket in the name would imply, the Galaxy Pocket Plus will have one perk -- it should fit easily in just about any sized pocket.

Samsung reaches into the low end with 2.8-inch Galaxy Pocket

Ever wonder what smooshing Android into something the size of a traditional "feature" phone would look like? Gaze upon the Galaxy Pocket, and wonder no more. Samsung's latest budget smartphone features a tiny 2.8-inch screen running (almost surprisingly) Android 2.3 Gingerbread and TouchWiz. The unlocked international phone doesn't have a price or release date yet, but Samsung says that it'll be available in the UK sometime later this year.