The Samsung Behold 2 in a sweet photo shoot

The Samsung Behold 2 in a sweet photo shoot
Despite the fact the Samsung Behold 2 has already been announced and is expected to roll out through T-Mobile on November 18, we still don´t know much about it. The list of unknown details includes native screen resolution, battery capacity, processor frequency and amount of RAM installed. We also don´t have a clue about how deep the personalization pack would penetrate the interface either. We must say this is quite interesting, considering the Samsung Behold 2 will probably be the first Android-based handset running the popular TouchWiz interface. The latest photo shoot reveals the handset will be equipped with robust 1,500mAh battery, main menu that you can hide to your left and dedicated widgets that are not characteristic of the pure version of Android. Moreover, we can see the accessories that will come boxed with the phone. We leave you to relish the pictures of the Samsung Behold 2 and of course, if you happen to know anything about this really thrilling cell phone, please do share it with us via the "tip us" section of our website available at the top.

Samsung Behold 2 Preliminary Specifications

source: TmoNews via AndroidCentral











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4 Comments

1. hates_fanboys

Posts: 13; Member since: Sep 21, 2009

Does the screen look tiny to anyone else?

2. oddmanout

Posts: 443; Member since: May 22, 2009

IMO... yes. I think if it weren't for all the hardware buttons and d-pad it could be a much better phone. Its all kind of unnecessary if you asked me... Especially the D-Pad. I could see if it was a slide out qwerty but nothings too exciting about this to me. Nothing new here. but i guess its worth adding to the line up.

3. LGVX1993

Posts: 260; Member since: Jan 27, 2009

I was wondering if TouchWiz would make it to Android.

4. pathmarkpolice

Posts: 102; Member since: Feb 05, 2009

It's the samsung galaxy with spica controls. The screen is no smaller than the HTC hero's, which is 3.2 inches, which I think is too small for an all touch phone. Apple's 3.5 inch is pretty on point IMO, but bigger than that is nice too :-)

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