Consumers now have the option of trading in their mobile phones and upgrading to the Samsung Galaxy Mini with the network Three.
The company has confirmed it is now stocking the model and that it is available to customers.
Among the highlights of the handset are its use of the Android 2.2.1 operating system and its 3.14-inch touchscreen.
Commenting on the phone, Three’s head of branded devices Sylvia Chind said: “[It] is a great compact phone that punches well above its size. This entry level handset doesn’t compromise on features and supports a great mobile internet experience over our fast 3G network.”
Younger people may be particularly well catered for by the mobile, as it features integration of social networks with its own phonebook.
Three has also recently confirmed it is to offer the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc mobile phone, which will be accessible on a number of affordable price plans.
Posted by Peter Robinson