Samsung Galaxy Chat with ICS and Full QWERTY Keypad Michael Kwan July 4, 2012 These days, you may be clamoring over the Galaxy Note or the new Galaxy S III, but what if you miss having physical buttons for your typing desires? What if you want to shave a few bucks off your budget too? If that’s the case, the new Samsung Galaxy Chat might be a good fit. Meant to hit the entry-level end of the smartphone spectrum, the Samsung Galaxy Chat features a 3-inch QVGA touchscreen display and a 2MP camera. Those specs aren’t particularly impressive, to be sure, but you do get a full QWERTY keypad along with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It is a “real” smartphone and not just a “quick messaging” feature phone, so you’ll have full access to the Google Play Store too. There is a dedicated ChatON button for quick communication as well. Rounding out the spec sheet, we find a mere 4GB of internal storage, but there is a microSD slot to stash your photos, music, and movies. There’s also 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0. The bad news is that there is no mention of the Galaxy Chat launching in North America. Instead, it will be available in Europe, South America, Africa and Asia soon, including a possible LTE version. Via Samsung Tomorrow Share This With The World!