The smartphone comes with an older version of Android platform
The Galaxy family is the largest series of Android smartphones, but this is no reason for Samsung not to release two or more devices with the same name.The folks over at UnwiredView have just spotted a certain Samsung Galaxy Exhibit, which is about to make its debut at T-Mobile USA.
Those unfamiliar with the Galaxy family should know that Samsung already launched a Samsung Galaxy Exhibit 4G less than two years ago, which was renamed several weeks later and is now known as Exhibit II.
Codenamed SGH-T599, Samsung Galaxy Exhibit is a mid-range smartphone, most likely powered by an older version of Android.
Hardware-wise, the Galaxy Exhibit is said to come equipped with a dual-core processor, a 5-megapixel rear photo snapper, a WVGA display of unknown size, as well as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Stay tuned for more updates on the matter.