Another Samsung Galaxy GranD is on its way to South Korea
Have you ever heard that saying, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”? Samsung has recently hit a gold mine on their latest creation with the Galaxy S III. The design, smooth, slim durable and appealing has seemingly taken over the world… and their design labs. The majority of company’s latest creations all have one thing in common; they look like the Galaxy S III. While the GSIII is an awesome handset, surely is a testament to profitability! So if it’s not broken, of course you don’t fix it…you make more.
A few months back Samsung took to the streets and announced the international traveler and dual SIM toting Galaxy Grand. The smart phone was a spitting image of its granddaddy the GSIII and sported a speaker and camera set up pulled from the Note II. Well, guess what! A new Samsung Galaxy GRAND is cometh and it is indeed mostly the same phone. Samsung announced today a new variation of the Samsung Galaxy GRAND for South Korea. While the two variations sport slight differences internally, the handset is for the most part the same. The Galaxy GRAND as it is printed here in the picture is indeed slightly larger than a GSIII but a hair smaller than a Note II. This variation of the GRAND will run with a 1.4 GHz quad core processor. The original version used only a dual core chipset that clocked in at 1.2 GHz. The new Galaxy GRAND runs with the likes of Android version 4.1 aka Jelly Bean and sports a 5 inch WVGA touch screen that offers up an 800×480 pixel resolution. Around back an 8 mega pixel camera, while upfront a 2 mega pixel camera resides. The GRAND runs with 8GB of internal memory, an expandable microSDHC memory option up to 64GB, a 2100 mAh battery, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0 and NFC S Beam.
The Samsung Galaxy GRAND is…well, on its way to South Korea. Comments, questions or concerns? Let us know below and remember we carry a wide assortment of Samsung accessories for all makes and models.Korea, microSD, 1.2 GHZ, NFC, smart phone