Galaxy Young and Galaxy Fame, Two Accessible Terminals from Samsung

Due to the fact that a new calendar month has started, Samsung Electronics felt compelled to announce two new handsets from the Galaxy family, these addressing to customers that are not willing to pay too much for an Android terminal.

Like many other Samsung smartphones launched lately, the new Galaxy Young and Galaxy Fame also use a design inspired by the famous Galaxy S III. Because we talk about low-end models, the hardware configuration is modest: unknown processor clocked at a frequency of 1 GHz, 4 GB of internal storage, microSD slot, Bletooth 3.0, Wi-Fi and a battery with a capacity of 1300 mAh.

Major differences between the two models are represented by the screen, camera’s sensor and the RAM capacity. Galaxy Young offers an even smaller screen, of 3.27 inches, with HVGA resolution, 768 MB RAM and a 3-megapixel camera with fixed focus, while the Galaxy Fame features a larger screen of 3.5 inches, while retaining a modest resolution. The smartphone also offers a camera with 5-megapixel sensor and, of course, autofocus, but has only 512 MB RAM. In addition, the latter offers NFC support and a VGA front camera.

Running Android 4.1, both terminals will be available in both standard and Dual SIM versions. As in the case of other Dual SIM models from Samsung, the terminals offer Dual Standby Always On with call waiting and forwarding functions, as well as the possibility of using a data connection in parallel with using voice on the other wireless modem.

Unfortunately, Samsung has not disclosed any information about the prices and availability of its newest terminals in the Galaxy family.

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