Other than that, the Samsung Array doesn't have anything to stand out with when it comes to hardware. It has a TFT LCD display of 2.4 inches with a resolution of 240 by 320 pixels and a pretty basic 2-megapixel camera with no LED flash. The processor inside it ticks at 480MHz and is made by Qualcomm. Its 1,000mAh battery should provide about 4 hours of continuous talk time or a little over 10 days of stand-by time.
Overall, the Samsung Array could be suitable for the youngest crowd, or for people who mostly use a handset to text. Pricing is still unknown at this time, although a version of the device known as the Samsung Montage will be offered by Virgin Mobile for $50, indicating that the Array likely won't hurt anyone's budget either. The phone is currently listed as coming soon.