I have a thing for small phones. And I don’t mean in the “four inch displays are the optimal size!” kind of way, I mean really small phones. That’s why I keep around an HP Veer 4G and actually use it. Samsung is soon releasing a small phone by the name of the Galaxy Pocket Plus, and while it may be absolutely useless by our standards, I kinda like it. Here’s a full list of specs:
- Android OS: IceCream Sandwich (4.0.4)
- BCM21654, 850Mhz (Broadcom)
- GSM (GSM850/ EGSM900/ DCS1800/ PCS1900), WCDMA (W850/ W1900)
- 4G Bytes (eMMC) + 4G bits (RAM) memory
- 2 megapixel camera
- 2.8″ QVGA TFT (C-type, Multi Touch)
- 1200mAh standard battery
- A-GPS / BT v3.0 / USB v2.0 HS / WiFi (802.11 b/g/n) / FM Radio
- Sensors: Accelerometer, Digital Compass
With Ice Cream Sandwich and the newest TouchWiz UX on top, you’ll be getting something decently modern. You’ll also be getting a 2.8″ display at a wonderful resolution of 320×240 (QVGA). Then there is the 2MP camera, and powering it all is a 1,200 mAh battery.
Is it an overwhelmingly low end phone? Yes. Would I be interested in owning one, just because? Of course! Samsung is planning to release it in the first half of 2013, but we do not yet know how much they go for. What do you think of this phone? Tell us in the comments!