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Samsung have announced the expansion of its Galaxy Family with the introduction of four new smartphones.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace, the Galaxy Fit, the Galaxy Gio and the Galaxy Mini, have been introduced following the success of the Galaxy S which sold 10 million devices in its first seven months on the market.
If you are keen to upgrade your smartphone with one from the new Samsung range, make sure your mobile phone insurance covers you for this change.
All the new models offer limitless entertainment applications with access to the Android Market, and each device features Samsung SWYPE for quick and easy text input.
"We wanted to make the smartphone experience accessible to a wider audience through an extended portfolio,” commented Simon Stanford, Samsung UK and Ireland, managing director, mobile.
Samsungs state the Galaxy Ace is a good choice for the social young and trendy professional, with a sophisticated and elegant design, a 3.5 inch HVGA display, with a 5 mega pixel camera with flash and voice search.
The Galaxy mini has a flashy coloured stripe along the side and is aimed at a younger audience, as a more affordable option.
The Galaxy Fit aims to keep people up to date with work issues through an office viewer, while also including the popular social media applications for out of work hours so the user can keep in touch with friends.
The Galaxy Gio, lastly, offers a 3.2 inch HVGA display and a 3 mega pixel camera.
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If you already have mobile phone insurance, but are looking to upgrade your smartphone to a newer one, then contact your provider to update your policy so it covers you for a new phone.
You may find that your premium will rise as a result of owning a more valuable phone, so it may be a good idea to compare the market to see what other mobile phone insurance providers are offering.
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