It seems as if the South Korean Giant Samsung is ready to decorate its plate with varied range of devices this year. Whether we talk about 4 inches device or 5 inches devices or more, Samsung is continuously coming up with great innovations in the smartphone era.
Last year also, the company has gained much popularity with its amazing creations in the form of Galaxy SIII and Galaxy Note II both of which have acclaimed worldwide fame and demand amidst the tough competitors. Their dazzle is not fading since their launch and they are currently ruling the mobile arena with their bundle of striking features and technical specifications.
Once again, the South Korean phone maker has decided to surprise its fans with a more humongous 5.8-inches device. According to the latest information brought out by an insider at SamMobile, the firm is ready to announce its next smartphone dubbed as Galaxy Fonblet 5.8(GT-19152). It will come straightway with Android Jelly Bean update and will sports dual SIM capabilities.
As per the more unveiled information about this product, it will boasts 5.8-inches TFT screen with QHD resolution power, a 3-megapixels rear facing camera with Bluetooth 4.0. The blog also states that the device will be a superior edition of the Galaxy Player 5.8 which his presently available only in Korea.
To bring out some more surprises, SamMobile also mentioned that the company would also launch the next version of Galaxy X Cover (2011) in the form of Galaxy X Cover 2 (GT-S7710). It will measure 130.5 X 67.7 X 11.9 mm
in dimensions and will boasts a 4-inch WVGA display, 4GB internal memory, 5-megapixels camera, VGA front facing camera, microSD slot, Bluetooth 4.0, HSPA+, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n along with a 1,700 mAh battery.
At present, both these upcoming models are set to be unveiled at Mobile World Congress that is expected to take place at Barcelona next month. However, it is supposed that Samsung will not only launch its smartphones but will also release its new 7-inch Galaxy Tab as the reports received via Korea’s ET Times.
Lets us wait for the MWC 2013 to get more information about these imminent products.