The Samsung Galaxy Win Is Announced
The Samsung Win becomes a reality. Samsung has been on a winning streak lately with the success of their popular Galaxy and Note series handsets. To celebrate their great fortune, Samsung has announced the Galaxy Win! Ok, the Win is not a celebration piece, however it is indeed a new smart phone that is set to beef up the companies offerings in the mid to entry level range. While the GS4 and soon to launch Note 8.0 contiune Samsung’s reign of terror, the Win is here to fill in the gaps and keep the rest of the world connected.
The latest Galaxy, the Samsung Galaxy Win is not a super high end flagship handset, it only looks like one. The Galaxy Win as you can see seemingly takes some of its design cues from the latest GS4 as well as a bit from the GSIII. The Win comes into this world with a 4.7 inch 800×480 TFT LCD touch screen and runs with the likes of Android version 4.1 aka Jelly Bean. Internally the Win comes packing a 2000 mAh battery, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 system chip with a quad core 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex-A5 processor, Adreno 203 GPU, 1 GB of Ram and 8 GB of internal memory, with expandable microSD memory options available up to 32 GB. Around back of its 9.65 mm thin build you’ll find a 5 mega pixel camera with 720p video recording capabilities as well as a VGA quality shooter up front. Additional connectivity for the Win can be found with its GPS, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, Hotspot, micro USB, and DLNA. The Win is set for release in ‘emerging markets’ and comes with HSPA data speeds and dual SIM capabilities. While there is no price point or release date stapled to the Win it’s safe to assume it may never make its way state side and wherever it is released it should be reasonably affordable.
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