Posted by Kunal G. 5 months ago

Samsung announces Galaxy W in South Korea


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A 7-inch smartphone is a common sight in a market like India and Samsung is trying to make it mainstream in the home market with the introduction of Galaxy W. The device, as suspected, seems to be the Galaxy Mega 2 for the Korean market. The Galaxy W has a 7-inch 720p HD display, features voice calling functionality and offers a good grip, unlike other 7-inch devices out in the market.

The phone features a faux leather design just like the Galaxy Note 3 and comes with LTE-A support, 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1.5GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 8MP rear-facing camera, 2MP front-facing camera, microSD slot up to 64GB and 3200mAh battery.

On the software side, the Galaxy W runs Android 4.3 OS with software features like landscape mode, Multi Window, Pop up Play.

The phone will sell via SKT for 499,400 won in black, white and red colours.

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5 comments on “Samsung announces Galaxy W in South Korea

  1. gyxter 5 months ago said:

    a 7inch phone will make you look stupid. Look at the guy :D

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  2. grilla 5 months ago said:

    Samsung should not be showing pics of ppl with this huge phone next to their head.
    They look like idiots. I like big phones but that crosses the line.

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  3. abdulmajed1 5 months ago said:

    Is will be available in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia I hope that the phone is available in Saudi Arabia

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  4. .NetRolller 3D 5 months ago said:

    “Galaxy W”? Now they start recycling names?

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