Samsung today has unveiled two relatively affordable Android smartphones which are obviously geared for younger smartphone users. Currently available in its homeland of Korea, the Samsung Galaxy Young is available in white, deep blue, wine red and metallic silver. All four colors are funky enough to please the younger Korean crowd.
The Samsung Galaxy Fame on the other hand is available in pearl white and metallic blue and is geared more for users who want more powerful features.
When it comes to specs, both share identical features. And these include 1GHz processor, 4GB of internal storage, 1,300 mAh battery capacity and Wi-Fi. By the way, despite being a mid-range smartphone, both handsets will be running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. Hence, when it comes to smooth multitasking, fast webpage loading and soft UI transitions, expect both devices to handle these tasks pretty well.
Both handsets are also pre-loaded with Samsung Game Hub lite, Samsung’s device management software called S Cloud. So, you can enjoy easy access to games as well as experience safe and simple synching, back-up and storage options for your contacts, bookmarks, and SMS. The handsets were also equipped with intuitive motion UI which allows you to refresh and update widgets and other content just by shaking the handsets.
The Samsung Galaxy Young and Samsung Galaxy Fame will also be available in Dual SIM models and Hybrid Dual SIM models. The later having the ability to receive a call on one SIM while using the other SIM for 3G data.
Now, in case you’re wondering what’s the difference is between these two handsets, well you can almost tell once you’ve seen them both. That’s because the Samsung Galaxy Fame has a bigger screen display, 3.5-inch while the Galaxy Young has 3.27–inch display. In addition, the Galaxy Fame also features NFC and Bluetooth 4.0.
via [Samsung Mobile]