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New budget smartphones for the downturn

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Samsung has taken the wraps off a quartet of smartphones ahead of next month's Mobile World Congress show, the usual launch pad for handsets this time of year.

All four Galaxy-branded phones - the Ace, Mini, Fit and Gio - run Android 2.2 Froyo and sport all the usual accoutrements of modern smartphones, including 2.4GHz 802.11n Wi-Fi, GPS, and dual-band HSPA 3G connectivity.

Samsung Galaxy AceSamsung Galaxy Mini

Ace and Mini (right)

The handsets tend toward the budget end of the market: they sport 3-5Mp cameras, and screen resolutions range from 240 x 320 - Fit and Mini - to 320 x 480 for the other two.

Samsung Galaxy FitSamsung Galaxy Gio

Fit and Gio (right)

Ace, Mini and Fit will be out in March, with th Gio following in April. ®

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