While the Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics has the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II as its flagship device(s) for 2012, the company plans on bringing in more handsets to the forefront as well. Reports of 3 Samsung smartphones have just recently surfaced: the Galaxy S III Mini, Galaxy S II Plus, and the Galaxy Premier. For starters, the Galaxy S III Mini is supposedly expected to be a huge competitor with Apple’s upcoming iPhone, but will be priced at a much less and reasonable price of 250 euros. Upon it’s release this year, the handset will be featuring a 5 mega pixel camera, dual core processor and a 4 inch Super AMOLED display. The Galaxy S II Plus will be featuring a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus display, a 1GHz single core processor, an 8 mega pixel camera and will have 16GB or 32GB storage variants. Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy Premier looks to be the most appealing of the two devices as it’s going to be almost identical to Samsung’s Galaxy S II Plus, but will be featuring a 4.6 inch screen and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean loaded up upon purchase.
It’s also pretty possible that these devices are non-existent. On the other hand, Samsung has a very notable track record of releasing masses amounts of devices and handsets at the end of the year. If the three rumored handsets come out to be true though, this could be a serious boost in Samsung’s sales, especially when it comes to the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini that is supposed to be a very competitive handset to the iPhone 5 when that releases. I personally think a Galaxy S III Mini sounds really, really cool for two reasons. It’ll probably be the most perfect screen size (meaning acceptable for those who like smaller and larger screens) and will also probably be less expensive than what the current Galaxy S III costs. While it probably won’t be a massive price drop it might be good enough to encourage those who didn’t get the Galaxy S III to get the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini. Whatever the case is, this is all on the basis that these handsets are indeed real (and hopefully they are).
The most important question is if you would be willing to pick one of these three devices up after they release before this year ends? I even wonder if these devices will be very popular based off of the outcome of the Apple vs Samsung verdict last week. We’ve already heard some really good statistics after the verdict with Galaxy S III’s becoming sold out and an increase in Samsung sales in general along with consumers reselling their Galaxy S II’s in order to pre-order the Galaxy Note II.
Whatever the case is, are you interested in getting one of these devices? If you’re currently interested in getting the Apple iPhone 5 with the Galaxy S III Mini being a “competitor” to it, would you be interested in getting that instead? Let us know in the comments below, we’d love to hear your opinion on the current matter!
source: Talk Android