Samsung has named Orange as the exclusive UK carrier for its new Galaxy Apollo smartphone.
The Android-based handset is targeted at younger users, and will offer social networking features. The phone combines data from Twitter, MySpace and Facebook into a single platform called Social Hub.
The Social Hub tool also allows users to upload and share media on sites such as YouTube and Picasa. The handset will be pre-loaded with the Orange Wednesday cinema discount application.
The smartphone sports a 3.2in touch screen, 3G connectivity, an 8.5 hour battery life and a 3-megapixel camera.
"The Galaxy Apollo extends our portfolio of Android-powered devices and underlines Samsung's commitment to offering a smartphone for every lifestyle," said Simon Stanford, head of mobile for Samsung UK and Ireland.
"The Apollo offers a compelling mix of social networking and rich media experiences which will appeal to consumers who want a smartphone device at an affordable price."
Orange will offer the Galaxy Apollo with monthly and pay-as-you-go billing options.
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