Samsung Galaxy S Advance, Galaxy S and Nexus Integration
Galaxy S Advance, the sucessor of galaxy S first generation
Samsung seems so intense to release a newest smartphone from the Galaxy family. In a middle of rumors and speculation about the Galaxy S III, it turns out that the South Korean vendors chose to introduce Galaxy S Advance first.
Galaxy S Advance has a GT-i9070 series code. It will add to the series of smartphones from Galaxy families that use dual-core processors.
On the official website of Samsung Mobile Press, Samsung revealed Galaxy S Advance specs. This smartphone is equipped with a 1 GHz processor dual core, 768MB RAM, and running with the Android 2.3 operating system Gingerbread.
For the internal memory, the Galaxy S Advance is available in two options, namely the 8GB and 16GB.
In addition, Galaxy S Advance smartphone also has a rear 5MP camera with LED flash and front camera 1.3 MP. For available connectivity, it is Bluetooth, Micro USB, Micro SD, as well as Wi-Fi and 3G HSDPA for internet connection.
For the design, the Galaxy S Advance has a 4 inch screen Super AMOLED 480×800 resolution, with a thin 9.69 mm, while the length and the width is 123.2 x 63mm.
Galaxy S Advance can be called as the successor of the Samsung Galaxy S first generation, have the same hardware fittings with distinctive dual core processor already. However, if viewed from a slightly curved shape, the Galaxy S Advance is more like other Samsung smartphones, Galaxy Nexus.
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