Samsung has its own way of launching new devices in the market. Especially since the last couple of years where the company has stood out from the rest of the Android OEMs when it came to launching new devices. We heard about the new and big Galaxy Grand yesterday which is a mid-ranged smartphone with not so fancy specs. And now it seems like Sammy has a new device in store for us which is set to be launched at the MWC. This device apparently will be known as the Galaxy Frame.
It’s not clear if this is a mid-ranged smartphone or a flagship, as we only know the name for now. But we’re guessing it’s somewhat similar to the range of affordable Galaxy droids as Samsung already has two strong flagships in the market. There’s not much info available on the device, but it is claimed that the Galaxy Frame will come in a Pearl White variant and will bear the model number GT-S6810. Interestingly, that model number has been correlated with the low-end Galaxy Ace smartphone before, so it could well be an evolution of the original Ace. This device is rumored to hit stores by the end of Q1, 2013. Info about the device comes just after another mid-ranged Galaxy device was leaked yesterday known as the Galaxy Young.
This has certainly gotten Samsung fans excited and we understand why. As most of you might know, Samsung likes to announce its flagship at a standalone event instead of announcing it with every other manufacturer at MWC. This probably gives it the competitive edge and perhaps some breathing room for competitors to make an impact on the market with their device before Samsung’s offering is launched. So there is a high likelihood that MWC will only see witness to Samsung’s low-end and mid-ranged smartphones, while other manufacturers will have to make the best of the event in Barcelona. The Galaxy S IV is already buzzing all over the internet, and we don’t yet know what Samsung will go with. So until then, we’ll keep our fingers crossed. And we’ll keep you updated on the Galaxy Frame as soon as we have more info.