Just as predicted, the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit, aka Galaxy S III Mini, landed on T-Mobile on May 29. This date appeared, along with a specs list, in one of the leaks which have been popping up regularly since February. The phone is available for a down payment of $19.99 plus 24 monthly installments $9 each. You can also grab the device outright for a full price, in which case you will have to pay $235.99.
Samsung Galaxy Exhibit for T-Mobile
The Samsung Galaxy Exhibit on T-Mobile network is not a high-end smartphone as Galaxy S III, but that should not give you reasons to complain. This lower-mid-range handset comes with a 4-inch 800 x 480 Super AMOLED screen and is powered by a dual-core 1 GHz NovaThor processor.
The phone is equipped with two cameras: a 5-megapixel rear shooter and a VGA user-facing camera. According to the manufacturer, the device’s 1,500 mAh battery is capable of providing up to 9 hours talk time and up to 10 days standby time. The device runs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean with Samsung’s TouchWiz on top.
The Galaxy Exhibit is not an entirely new phone strictly speaking. In fact it is a T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini, with a new name obviously. The handset is the fourth member of the Exhibit lineup. Its beginnings date back to 2011 when T-Mobile started selling the Samsung Galaxy S as the Galaxy Exhibit 4G. A few months later the phone received an upgrade and a new name – Exhibit II 4G. Last year in May T-Mobile re-branded the device and started offering it as the Exhibit 4G once again. The current model comes without 4G moniker, and is sold as the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit.
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