It is getting extremely difficult to differentiate between Android handsets which released in the past year. QWERTY devices are thinner and light weighted on the ground and that’s the reason that Samsung Galaxy Pro was ahope for many of us.
With a 3MP autofocus camera, BlackBerry-esque form factor, a large screen with 2.8 capacitive, host of connectivity options and packs a 4 tiered QWERTY keyboard.
The Samsung Galaxy Pro gives a look of rigid and rectangular, it does not have curvaceous styling as the fact that it is similar in form factor to BlackBerrys. A 4 tiered QWERTY keyboard is visible and easy to use below the 2.8" capacitive screen. The phone feels sturdy but it is plastic.
For an Android handset a 2.8 inches screen looks smart so the QWERTY screen itself is not a major issue. Its camera can be issue because of its low resolution of 320x240 pixels. The set does not offer much pretty viewing angles and the lack of multi touch takes it to loose the importance.
But the design of the phone helps to draw the attention from its shortcomings. With a good key board experience a large screen, aesthetic and good feels help to maintain its look nice.
Four physical keys are provided under the screen. These keys help for easy access to different available options. These keys also help to move on or back and search. Below the keys a QWERTY keyboard with raised keys is easily accessible and useable. The keyboard is sized nicely under the screen and you can use the keys without hesitation
A volume rocker is provided to the right and power button to the left. You can have a 3.5mm headphone jack and a microUSB port on the top with a new sliding cover. The battery cover is provided on the back of the set with a top 3MP camera and loud speaker.