On Monday, the technology giant announced that it has launched new handsets which include Galaxy Star 2, Galaxy Core II, Galaxy Young 2 and Galaxy Ace 4. The company further said that these models have been designed specifically to provide an “exceptional smartphone experience at an affordable price.” Moreover, each of these smartphones has been powered with Samsung’s modified Touch Wiz Essence interface, and with latest Android 4.4 mobile operating system.
Galaxy Core II comes along with a leather-like back cover, 768MB RAM, a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor and 4GB internal storage capacity. Moreover, the smartphone also features 2,000 mAh battery and a 4.5-inch display. The dual-SIM smartphone has also been powered with a 5-megapixel camera and LED flash. The handset is available in two colors; black and white.
Galaxy Ace 4, which is available in 3G or LTE version, has been powered with a 1.0-1.2 GHz dual-core processor, and also powered with either a 1500 or 1800 mAh battery. The smartphone has 4GB internal memory, along with a microSD card option for extra storage and 1GB RAM. The handset comes in two colors; charcoal and white.
Another solid launch includes a 3.5 inch Galaxy Young 2, which comes along with a single-core 1GHz processor, 4GB internal memory with microSD card option and 512MB of RAM. The handset also features a 3MP camera that lies at its back. Moreover, the smartphone is also equipped with a 1300 mAh battery. The handset is available in both charcoal as well as in white colors.
The last one, Samsung’s 3.5 inch Galaxy Star 2, has been equipped with a single core 1GHz processor, 4 GB storage, that can be expanded via a microSD card up to 32GB, and supports 512MB of RAM. In addition to a 2-megapixel camera, the device also features a 1,300 mAh battery.
The details regarding the shipment and the price of these handsets have not yet been provided by the company, however, keeping in view the specifications, it can be said that these models are aimed to be cheaper and targeted to Asian markets for a start. The mobile handset industry continues to remain competitively strong, and technology giants have not only been forced to bring in new innovations so as to stay ahead of its competitors, but also to expand their range of devices that suit different budgets.