Samsung announces Galaxy Young, Galaxy Fame

Getting  jump on the slew of Mobile World Congress announcement later this month, Samsung has officially debuted their Galaxy Young and Galaxy Fame handsets. The low-end phones pack a solid foundation into a pack that closely resembles that of the Galaxy S3 (and other recent Samsung models).

The Galaxy Young features a 3.27-inch display, 1GHz CPU, and 4GB of internal storage. It runs Android 4.q. The Galaxy Fame sports a 3.5-inch display, 1GHz CPU, and 4GB of internal storage. It also runs Android 4.1.

Expect to see the phones on display in Barcelona at the end of the month. We’ll be sure to grab a peek while we are there. Details on pricing and availability are not known at this time.

[via Samsung]

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TAGS: Samsung Galaxy Fame , Samsung Galaxy Young

  • bigcix

    These low ends are running a better OS then my One X……thanks to at&t

  • not_brooks

    I can’t wait to get my hands on Android 4.q!

    • OptimusL

      I just hope they eventually release Android 4.r!

  • paco cornholio

    Too many models, and especially low-end models, will destroy the hard-earned value of the Galaxy brand. Careful, Samsung.

    • Alex Alexander

      Galaxy S3 and Note 2 are very well positioned, those are just options and a good start in the Android world.

  • WHAT?

    So I guess Samsung is going to put that button on every phone now? It probably makes people coming from iOS feel at home.