After announcing the new Samsung Galaxy S IV, the new flagship, Samsung continues to bet in capturing the most amount of users they can, and for that hey launched two new smartphones aimed at the lower prices smartphone market.
Samsung presents the Galaxy Star and the Galaxy Pocket Neo as two devices which are perfect for the younger generation, with an appealing curvy design that fits perfectly in hand, compact and with better Android user experience.
When it comes to performance, both Star and Pocket Neo, have 1Ghz and 850Mhz, which, according to Samsung, guarantee good performance. In order to be able to store your documents and take advantage of all the Android applications available, both smartphones count with 4Gb of internal memory expandable up to 32Gb through a micro SD card.
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Both smartphones have 4.1 Jelly Bean on them, and the Android interface has been, as is usual with Samsung devices, replaced by Samsung’s TouchWiz interface, which allows easy access to all of your applications. Samsung has also prepared CPU resources management software, which allied with Android allows for a better performance overall, as well as a greater battery life and better user experience.
Still in regard to Software, Samsung has also incorporated other control functionalities to the devices, such as movement detection, that allows you to silence the device by simply turning it face down.
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And since almost everyone in the world today has more than one mobile carrier, both the Galaxy Star and the Galaxy Pocket Neo are Dual SIM devices.
Price tags haven’t been divulged yet and same goes for the launch date for every market of both devices.