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Samsung Galaxy Z Ready For Pre-Order

Samsung Galaxy Z hasn’t even hit the US yet and already the Galaxy SII’s little brother has been revealed in Sweden and this s much like what Galaxy LCD has been to the original Galaxy. Samsung Galaxy Z looks similar to the Galaxy S II light changes in keys and possibly a brushed metal finish at the back and also powered by a 1 GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip. The 5 megapixel camera is reportedly capable of 720p video recording and the phone has 8 GB onboard storage, as well as 32 GB memory card support………….

 

Samsung Galaxy range of devices have been quite a success for Samsung with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S, Galaxy S2, Samsung Galaxy Tab and the other Galaxy Tablets and if you have a good thing going you are going to continue pumping out devices for that range. Samsung has now added yet another smartphone to the Galaxy Range, Samsung Galaxy Z and this cheaper version of the highly-rated Samsung Galaxy S2 is now available for pre-order. Galaxy Z is being described as a little brother of the Galaxy S II, a device that’s supposed to be affordable yet still packs quite a punch. It’s said to have a 4.2 inch display, a 1GHz dual-core processor (probably NVIDIA Tegra 2 as we’ve heard before), a Super Clear LCD and Android 2.3 and will be available for 3,995 Swedish kronor, which translates to about $630. Galaxy Z uses an Super Clear LCD, the device sports a 5 megapixel auto-focus camera that can do 720p video but not 1080p so a bit disappointing there, WiFi, GPS, FM radio, 8GB of internal memory and microSD expansion up to 32GB. Samsung Galaxy Z measures 125.3 x 66.1 x 9.5mm and weighs in at 135 grams and comes with Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube preinstalled, Bluetooth, TV-out and has a talk time up to 9 hours with a standby time of up to 620 hurs, and a 1650mAh battery.

 

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