Android KitKat based Samsung Galaxy Pocket 2 and Samsung Galaxy Core 2 Duos coming in the market
Samsung is one of the largest smartphone manufacturers and already launched the complete series of the latest flagships. Now Samsung is going to launch two more smartphones; Galaxy Pocket 2 and Galaxy Core 2 Duos soon. The handsets have been offered on Vietnamese online store official website, but Samsung has not said a word on that.
The both handsets are the new variant of previously launched handsets, Galaxy Pocket series launched in 2012. The latest variant runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system. The handset has a 3.2 inches QVGA display. The handset embedded with 1.0 GHz single core processor, 512 MB RAM offered by the company and 4 GB on board memory and equipped with 2 mega pixel rear camera. The handset supports the dual SIM option.
Samsung announced the Galaxy Core 2 Duos in April. The handset runs Android KitKat operating system and is powered with 4.5 inches WVGA display. The handset is embedded with quad core processor, 768 MB RAM offered by the company and 4 GB on board memory, extendable through microSD card and is equipped with 5 mega pixel rear camera with flash. The handset supports the dual SIM option.
Samsung has a plan to release the Galaxy Core 2 somewhere in May, both the Core 2 and Galaxy Pocket 2 will probably will be available in markets soon.