Samsung has recently introduced two budget smart phones in Korea – the Galaxy Frame and the Galaxy Young, each with wonderful specifications. These devices are significantly similar to Samsung biggies like Galaxy S3 and the Note series in design and elegance, but have all the essential smart phone features people expect with reasonably priced mobile phone models.
We have put together a small overview of both phones, so to know more about whether the Frame and Young models could be a worthy purchase, read on.
Samsung Galaxy Frame
The bigger of the two, Samsung Galaxy Frame has a screen that measures around 3.5 inches diagonally and has a superb AMOLED display touch screen display. It runs on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS and has a limited internal storage space of 4 GB with additional storage sockets provided. The Frame is powered by a dual-core processor running at 1 GHz with a RAM measuring 512 MB – not the best processor combination you may get, but reasonable considering the budget.
Accessories with the Frame include a camera at the rear with a 5MP resolution, Bluetooth services, and an Internet connectivity that is 3G LTE compatible. There are extensive multimedia options available too. Considering the number of apps you can stack and the multitasking prowess exhibited by the Frame mobile phone model, the battery power is impressive.
Overall, though we do not know the exact price that the Samsung Galaxy Frame comes for, we’re sure it would be a great buy.
Samsung Galaxy Young
Featuring a screen that measures 3.2 inches diagonally, the Samsung Galaxy Young is a wonderful smart phone available for a low price. Featuring a TFT display (that is not as effective as AMOLED displays), the Galaxy Young comes with an impressive Snapdragon processor clocking speeds of 1.2 GHz and a RAM of 768 MB capacity. Performance wise, the Young is therefore better than the Frame, though the size is smaller and more compact which might make it more difficult to handle for some users.
Like the Frame, the Galaxy Young also runs with an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS that gives you an exciting interface to use and have fun with. You can stack a lot of apps in your phone choosing them from the 700,000 apps in the Android online store, click pictures and shoot good quality videos with the phone. Multitasking is poor and the screen resolutions are not up to the mark. However, for the price the Young is expected to be marketed for, we recommend the product as a classy smart phone.
We recommend these handsets!
We never had a chance to review a prototype but according to company insiders, both the handsets are power packed with exciting features and apps to lure the UK crowd. The phones are scheduled to be available commercially by March 15th, according to a tech update from Samsung. Although pricing is still yet unknown, it is thought that both of these models will be well worth buying on the Orange or 3 Mobile phone networks.