Sunday, June 3, 2012

The Gio And Fit - Samsung's Mid-Range Additions To The Galaxy Series

Samsung's Galaxy series has created a number of high-end handsets that have taken the mobile market by storm. Examples of these smartphones are the i9000 S, the Giorgio Armani, and the Apollo. This 2011, the company has come up with a new line for the mid-range market. Two of these handsets are the Gio and Fit.

These two Android smartphones may not come with 1GHz processors just like the i9000 S. The Gio comes with an 800 MHz processor and the Fit comes with a processor that is clocked at 600 MHz. However, do not need this much power for running apps, OS applications, and multitasking. Both phone run on the Android 2.2 Froyo OS. This means faster processing compared to its 2.1 predecessor the Eclair. In addition, it is also more energy efficient.

With this highly advanced Android OS, there are a number of advantages you can enjoy from. You can access more than 1.6 million dynamic websites that are highly dependent on Adobe Flash 10.1 and HTML 5. With other mobile browsers this has always been a problem. With the Samsung Galaxy Gio and Fit, you will never have this problem. Streamed videos will stream seamlessly. Graphics will load in no time. Text will render crisply. Your web experience on a mobile phone will never be the same.

When it comes to multitasking, the Froyo is 2 to 5 times faster than the Eclair. You never have to rely solely on the processor for effective multitasking. The 2.2 version of this cutting edge Android OS is more efficient when it comes to multitasking. You can run an assortment of apps downloaded from the Android Market and run them simultaneously. you can also run OS applications like a music player, media player, and so much more while you running apps and the phones' browsers.

The two new additions may not come with as much power as their predecessors pack. However, they come with powerful software that is sure to make the difference. You can surf the web and multitask with ease. With the Samsung Galaxy Gio and Fit, mid-range just got better.

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