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Samsung sent its latest Android into orbit today, announcing the Galaxy Pocket, a low-end handset said to be geared towards those who use their phone on the move.

Surely marketing can do better than that?

The Samsung Galaxy Pocket packs a 2.8in, 240 x 320 display with 3GB of built-in storage that's expandable to 32GB using Micro SD cards.

Samsung Galaxy Pocket

Powered by an 832MHz processor, the Pocket runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread with Samsung's TouchWiz UI on top. It also has a 2Mp camera.

The Samsung Galaxy Pocket will be available in the UK later this year. The price has yet to be set. ®

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