Android is a very flexible mobile operating system that is capable of powering phones from all kinds of categories – from powerful specs-monsters like the Galaxy S II and Xperia S, to entry-level lightweight solutions like the Galaxy mini and Optimus Me. Recently, the said entry-level smartphones have become so affordable, that they have even started eating into the feature phone market.
One of those extremely affordable feature phone solutions that is expected to hit the market fairly soon is the Samsung Galaxy Pocket. This handset is positioned even lower than the Galaxy mini 2 in the Android food-chain. It's probably the most basic Android phone that you'll be able to get.
We are interested in finding out if the Galaxy Pocket is capable of carrying out all the tasks that we've come to expect from a mainstream Android device, despite its less than average specs.
The design of the Samsung Galaxy Pocket is your typical Samsung affair. The phone has a Galaxy S-que look to it, but is way smaller. It's constructed out of plastic, and has a relatively light weight.