Four new Galaxy smartphones will be displayed at IFA in Berlin next month: the GALAXY W, GALAXY M Pro, GALAXY Y and GALAXY Y Pro. Now it’s time to put them in order. The Galaxy W has a decent 1.4GHz processor, a 5-megapixel camera and a 3.7-inch display, the Galaxy M Pro has a full QWERTY keyboard with a 1GHz processor and is pre-loaded with enterprise applications (like Sybase Afaria, CISCO Mobile and CISCO WebEx), and the GALAXY Y has a 2.6-inch display and which will be marketed towards young consumers, has an 832MHz processor, 3-megapixel camera and will be available in a variety of colors. Finally, the GALAXY Y Pro is a second QWERTY smartphone with a 2.6-inch screen and an 832MHz processor — all of the new GALAXY phones do not have release dates yet, but Samsung thought it would be confusing to have a naming scheme with so many letters, so here is how things are explained, as according to Samsung: GALAXY S means “Smart,” GALAXY R means “Royal,” GALAXY W means “Wonder,” GALAXY M means “Magical” and GALAXY Y means “Young.” It is also worth explaining that all of the models use the newest Touchwiz UI interface and Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Um, okay Samsung. Press release after the break.