Samsung today announced the launch of two new mobile phones which will be the successor of earlier existing model. The Galaxy Mini and Galaxy Ace both are successful and known mobile phone from the Samsung. Galaxy Ace in particular has got critical acclaim like Galaxy S and S II mobile phone.
A lot more things are scheduled for LG Electronics as compared to Samsung which is might just showcase the Galaxy Note 10.1 inches variant at Mobile World Congress.
Samsung Galaxy Ace 2
Galaxy Ace 2 will be powered with 800 MHz single core processor and will be having the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. It will have 3.8 inches PLS TFT display with 800 x 480 pixel resolution. It will feature 5 mega pixel camera on the rear with VGA front facing camera too. It will have 768 MB of RAM and 1500 mAh battery specifications will power the handset for last long operation. It will have 4 GB internal memory too for storage along with micro SD card slot too.
Samsung Galaxy Mini 2
Galaxy Mini 2 is the successor of Galaxy Mini Pop and it will be powered with 800 Mhz processor with Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. It will have 3.2 inches display with 480 x 320 pixel resolution. Coming to the camera it will feature 3 mega pixel on the rear side and 4 GB internal memory, 512 MB RAM. 1300 mAh battery will power this handset for longer day operation.
It’s clear that both the handset will not receive Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update and these mobile phone are targeted for the budget friendly users across India and all parts of the world. Happening in India by Samsung is the availability of dual SIM mobile phones such as Galaxy Ace Duos, Galaxy Y Duos and Galaxy Y Pro mobile phones at less than $ 300. Also Samsung is always available to make statement clear whether its rumours of ICS for Samsung Galaxy S or the talks of Galaxy S III at Mobile World Congress. Samsung made it clear that Galaxy S III is no longer in the sight at this time and it might take minimum of quarter three this year to come up with device like Galaxy S III. Expecting a mix of Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note features in S III.
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