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Samsung Galaxy Young and Galaxy Fame Announced

Samsung Galaxy Young

Samsung has announced two new Android smart phones under the Galaxy brand, the Galaxy Young and the Galaxy Fame. And by the names of these smart phones, you can say that these are entry level smart phones, you are correct. The smart phones will be released in limited numbers, that is what the news article says. This might mean these are some kind of limited edition smart phones (which does not seem so by the looks of the devices), or that the company will manufacture only a few of these forever.

In any case, the smart phones are as follows. The Samsung Galaxy Young has a 3.27 inch display with a resolution of HVGA, it comes with a 1 GHz processor and 768 MB of RAM. The smart phone features 4 GB of internal storage, which would definitely be not enough. For that, there is a microSD card slot as well. To power up all these, the Galaxy Young comes with a 1,300 mAh battery, which might seem a bit weak to last a full day. The smart phone also has a 3 mega pixel camera at the back, and Bluetooth 3.0 with GPS.

The Samsung Galaxy Fame looks like an upgraded version of the Galaxy Young, apart from the RAM. The Galaxy Young has a 768 MB RAM, whereas on the Galaxy Fame, the company decided to downgrade to a 512 MB chip as RAM. Apart from that, it’s all better with a 3.5 inch HVGA display, 1 GHz processor, 4 GB of internal storage, MicroSD card support, and 1,300 mAh battery. So how is it upgraded? The Galaxy Fame has a 5 mega pixel at the back with an LED flash, and VGA quality front facing camera as well. And the smart phone has the latest Bluetooth 4.0 on it.

Both of these smart phones will be running Google’s Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and will have HSPA connectivity. Also, the South Korean manufacturer will offer these two smart phones in a dual SIM version (for the eastern part of the world, probably), and also a regular single SIM version (for the western part, hopefully).

Source: Slash Phone

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