Consumers who opt to trade in a mobile phone for money with Mazuma may find the Samsung Galaxy Pro ticks all the boxes when it comes to finding a replacement.
Stuart Dredge, taking a look at the model for CNET UK, explained it is the manufacturer's attempt at taking a bite out of the BlackBerry market.
With a qwerty keyboard and a 2.8-inch touchscreen, the Samsung device shares a number of similarities with the products designed by Research In Motion (RIM).
"RIM's BlackBerry smartphones continue to rule the roost thanks to their BlackBerry Messenger service – although that's rumoured to be on its way to Android," noted Mr Dredge.
Should users of the Galaxy Pro be offered access to a messaging tool at some point, it may aid the mobile's chances of success.
Three has this week announced it will be adding the Samsung Galaxy Pro to its portfolio, making it available for all of its customers.
Posted by Claire Marshall