Samsung Galaxy Portal phone available on 3UK

30 March 2010 — 5:00 PM

Mobile recycling an option to consider?

Network operator 3UK will be the first in the country to launch the Samsung Galaxy Portal, using the Google Android Eclair operating system.

Consumers may be attracted to the mobile phone's augmented reality application - Layar - which promises to provide users with a host of information about their surrounding area.

The handset will be made available for free on a £20 a month two-year contract and is £184 on Pay as you Go.

Mobile recycling with Envirofone might be worth considering for those looking to receive cash for the current device.

Head of branded devices at 3UK Sylvia Chind suggested the Samsung Galaxy Portal allows users to shape their phone and its functions to match how they want to use it as "it allows users to customise one of the 10 home screens, contact friends using various social media internet services, and access any of the thousands of Android apps".

She added customers will be given the added benefit of 3UK's high-speed network, which will offer them "the best experience" on their Samsung Galaxy Portal.

It has recently been revealed that the Nokia E72 is to be made available to 3UK customers.

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