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Samsung rolls out four new members of Galaxy smartphone family

As if we didn't have enough Samsung Galaxy devices to sort through, here are four more. Say hello to the Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Gio and Galaxy Mini.
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Written by Rachel King, Contributor on

As if we didn't have enough Samsung Galaxy devices to sort through, here are four more. Say hello to the Galaxy Ace, Galaxy FitGalaxy Gio and Galaxy Mini.

The entire quartet will be showcased at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February. All of these will initially launch in Russia (the Ace and Mini are available immediately), with a roll out for the rest of Europe, as well as India, China and South America at an unknown time. Unfortunately, no mention of a North American release plan.

Nevertheless, that doesn't mean we can't gaze longingly at them anyway, so here's a breakdown on the specs. (The best parts are the provided target consumer bases.)

Galaxy Ace (pictured above)

  • 3.5-inch HVGA display
  • 800MHz processor
  • Google voice search
  • ThinkFree document viewer
  • Target: "Trendy and sociable young professionals"

Galaxy Fit (pictured side, top)

  • 3.31-inch QVGA display
  • 600MHz processor
  • 5-megapixel camera camera
  • Target: "User who wants a device that meets all the challenges of a professional career and a busy social life"

Galaxy Gio (pictured side, bottom)

  • 3.2-inch HVGA display
  • Enhanced social networking capabilities
  • Target: "Stylish young professional(s) who want to stay connected"

Galaxy Mini (pictured below)

  • 3.14-inch QVGA display
  • 600MHz processor
  • Google voice actions
  • Quick Office document viewer
  • Target: "Trendy and sociable youngsters" and "smartphone-rookies"

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