Samsung is, as usual, busy and some novelties are always being prepared in its research kitchen, which makes this house one of the most famous in the world. The latest device from the oven of this South Korean manufacturer should be a new Android smartphone called Samsung Galaxy Premier.
The Samsung Galaxy Premier, which was rumored a lot, was officially given its code name Samsung GT-i9260, but also the necessary permits from the Taiwanese authorities, so now there are no major obstacles to enter serial production. The Samsung Galaxy Premier is, in principle, a new device, not the future Galaxy Nexus 4 as it has been speculated so far.
The Samsung Galaxy Premier looks like the Samsung Galaxy S3.
Based on the available photos, the manufacturer decided to keep the so-called “Gravel” design, presented on the powerful Samsung Galaxy S3, and accompanied by the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the recently introduced Samsung Galaxy 3 Mini.
The Samsung Galaxy Premier will have a 4.65-inch HD display.
The Samsung Galaxy Premier will have a 4.65-inch HD display with a resolution of 1280 × 720 pixels and a dual-core ARM Cortex A-9 processor with a clock speed of 1.5 GHz. The new device will work, quite logically, on the new Android, ie version 4.1 (Jelly Bean), which will be “processed” through the recognizable TouchWiz user interface.
As for multimedia, more precisely the camera, the available information indicates that the Samsung Galaxy Premier will have an 8 MP rear camera with LED flash and a 2 MP front one.
When it comes to memory, it looks like Samsung will opt for the 8GB and 16GB variants. Both variants will have the option of microSD expansion up to 64 GB. The story is similar with connections, as future owners of the Samsung Galaxy Premier model will have Wi-Fi, DLNA, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, 3G, 2G and microUSB available. So, this kit, except for HDMI technology.
Samsung Galaxy Premier – price and market place.
The Samsung Galaxy Premier will have dimensions of 68.1 x 133.97 x 8.8 mm and an approximate price of 480 euros, so the question is how competitive it will be with the head of the family, ie the Samsung Galaxy S3, which costs approximately the same and has stronger configuration. In any case, Samsung has intended to “fit” the Samsung Galaxy Premier between the Galaxy S 2 and Galaxy S 3 models, as it has not had a smartphone in that range so far, with the possible exception of the Galaxy Note, which is unacceptable for many people due to its size.