In this review, I will talk about the Galaxy M Pro, a smartphone based on Android platform.
Samsung has recently been releasing a lot of smartphones based on Android operating system. It is now ready to unleash two new phones under the Galaxy brand. The two new phones by Samsung are the Galaxy Y pro and the Galaxy M pro. The Y and M stands for entry level and mid level respectively, which is why if you compare the Galaxy M Pro with Galaxy Y Pro, you get a bigger, more colorful and brighter screen, a better processor and an extra front facing camera. To find out more, read our review.
To start my review, I will discuss the features and design of the phone.
The Samsung Galaxy M Pro adds extra size to the phone then its low end counterpart, but it does not make a huge difference. The Galaxy M Pro is also thinner then the Y. The thinner structure of the phone ensures better grasp and fluent typing over its 4 row QWERTY keypad. The Samsung Galaxy M Pro features a 2.6 inches touchscreen, which can display more colors then the Y. The resolution of the screen is 480 x 320 pixels, which is also a bit higher than its low end counterpart. The increase in resolution results in better color depth and brighter text display.
Moving further down the review, on its back, you will find a 5 Megapixel camera complete with LED Flash. Under the hood, the Galaxy M Pro is powered by a 1GHZ processor, which has become a standard for mid ranged phones now a days. The good thing about the phone is that it ships with Android 2.3.3, Google’s latest version of the Android OS. The interface is brought to life by Samsung’s own TouchWiz interface. You will get most of the dock items you have become used to. The only difference is that the dock items are not at the bottom, instead they are on the right side of the screen.
To finish off my review, the Samsung Galaxy M Pro is a great mid level Android smartphone. If you love Android and would like to upgrade from your low end phone, this one offers plenty of reasons to upgrade.