Samsung welcomes Galaxy Wi-Fi 3.6 to IFA

Posted September 3, 2011 by Thomas Shambler in News

Cat got your tongue? Or do you only communicate in texts, emails and instant messages now? Well Samsung has the phone-that’s-not-a-phone for you. The Samsung Galaxy Wi-Fi runs on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), comes with a 3.65in LCD display, 2MP snapper and is powered by a 1Ghz processor.

This multimedia device looks to rival the iPod Touch and will launch in white and black models in early October, priced at around US$240 for 8GB and US$260 for 16GB.

And actually you can still make voice or video calls over the internet, via Android and Samsung apps. So goodbye shocking monthly phone bills?

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Thomas Shambler

Editor of Stuff in the Middle East. Known for his witty reviews and insightful comments on some of the world’s coolest kit, he is responsible for putting together the magazine, testing the newest tech, and writing features at the laser-cut edge of the gadget world. Thomas also makes regular broadcast appearances during which he gives friendly advice and warns the world of the impending robot Armageddon.


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