Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Samsung Galaxy M Pro pictures and hands-on specifications features full review price specs

Meet the Samsung Galaxy M Pro; what the promise seems to translate to is a handset that still boasts the latest version of Android, and very respectable 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, but without any super speedy insides or any of that top end Samsung screen technology.
All the same, the outer of this phone is okay. Actually, it's more than okay. It's pretty damn good. The keyboard is well laid out and, while there's none of the nobbles you get on BlackBerry devices to make things easier, it's still a decent enough mobile type. The phone also looks good. The grey brushed metal finish with splashes of orange here and there really make it stand out among the other Galaxy devices and no one's going to accuse you of being cheap if you pull one out.
The four Android hard keys make you wonder why manufacturers seem to have switched to the touch-sensitive type, and the optical trackpad in the middle is everything you need it to be. We're also glad that Samsung didn't try to make it any more by keeping the home key separate.
One place you do take a hit, that's quite tough to stomach on Android, is on the size of the screen itself. With the QWERTY taking up precious real estate, all the user ends up with is a 2.7-inch HVGA and, seeing as this isn't a premium Samsung device, it's only backed by straight LCD technology; but that's perhaps not such a loss as it's not that big anyway.
There's no price or date on the Samsung Galaxy M Pro yet, but we shouldn't have to hold our breath for too long.


  • 3G Band: 900 / 2100MHz
  • Multi-slot Class 12 network & data
  • HSDPA 7.2Mbps 3G network & data


  • Music player
  • MP3 ringtones
  • OMA 1.0 DRM


  • Internet browser (HTML) Android
  • PC Sync (KIES)

Call Function

  • Speakerphone


  • 2.8" Main display size


  • Embedded wallpaper
  • FM Radio


  • Phonebook (Unlimited - Up to available memory)

Further Information

  • Touch screen


  • Auto focus
  • White balance: Auto / Daylight / Incandescent / Fluorescent / Cloudy
  • ISO: support


  • MMS (1.2)

Personal Information Management

  • Real time clock
  • Worldtime
  • Alarm
  • Calculator
  • Memo book

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