Those who have been anxious to get their hands on the new Galaxy Premier device are going to be quite disappointed. A few unofficial sources have announced that the Galaxy Premier’s release date has been delayed until the end of January. This is saddening news, as it was expected to be available for purchase in November or December. This isn’t entirely bad news for those in the United States though, as Samsung has said before that they plan on releasing the device in a few different European and Asian countries.
The Galaxy Premier device is an insanely powerful device (although not as powerful as the Note II, but similar to the Galaxy S III’s specs). The device is rocking a 4.65″ HD Super AMOLED screen, TI OMAP 4470 SoC with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, one gig of RAM, and 8 gigs of on-board storage. As you can see, this is extremely similar to Samsung’s widely popular Galaxy S III. Of course, users will notice that the Galaxy Premier is lacking LTE among a few other features that the Galaxy S III has.
Keep in mind that this is a report from a few unofficial sources, so this news could very well not be entirely true. Hopefully Samsung will be releasing an official statement some time this week regarding the Premier’s extended delay. Hopefully after this, we won’t be seeing any other delays with this device. There are definitely a lot of people out there looking forward to this bad boy.
source: phone arena