All five already benchmarked, might be unveiled in Q1 this year
Samsung has registered impressive success with its Android-based smartphones, and it seems that the company plans on building on that success, and that a flurry of new handsets will arrive on shelves soon to prove that.Some of these have been already rumored to be officially unveiled before the end of this quarter, and some more info on five of them is now available.
The long-rumored GT-I9150 / GT-I9152 Galaxy Fonblet 5.8, a smartphone larger than Galaxy Note II but aimed at the mid-market, is one of these, now said to arrive on shelves with the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS loaded on top.
According to SamMobile, the handset packs a Broadcom BCM28155 CPU clocked at 1.2GHz, along with a VideoCore IV GPU, a qHD (960 x 540) screen.
Furthermore, the news site has learned courtesy of the GLBenchmark website that Samsung also plans the launch of a certain GT-S5310 / GT-S5312 – Galaxy Pocket 2 smartphone, with an 850MHz CPU, VideoCore IV GPU and a 320 x 240 pixel screen, while running Android 4.1.2.
This low-end smartphone will be accompanied by the GT-S5282 – Galaxy Star, with a Spreadtrum CPU and Mali-300 GPU, along with the same VGA display and OS flavor as Galaxy Pocket 2.
There is also a GT-S6310 / GT-S6312 – Galaxy Young supposedly set to arrive from Samsung in the near future, with a 1GHz Qualcomm 7×27 CPU and Adreno 200 graphics, as well as with a 480 x 320 screen and Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.
The fifth new Samsung smartphone that was spotted online recently is the GT-S6810 / GT-S6810P – Galaxy Frame, which should feature a Broadcom 1GHz CPU when launched, along with a VideoCore IV GPU and an HVGA screen.
Apparently, Samsung plans on launching two versions of the device, one packing NFC capabilities inside, namely the GT-S6810P, and another one without NFC, the GT-S6810.
With no official confirmation on these devices, it remains to be seen whether the info above will prove real, so stay tuned to learn more on the matter. No details on when these smartphones might land on shelves has been provided as of now.