A new entry-level Android smartphone from Samsung, the SM-G150NL, has surfaced on the Internet. A user agent profile of the device was discovered on Samsung's own website by the guys over at NapiDroid.hu. Going by its model number, the device appears to be a successor to the Galaxy Young 2 (SM-G130).
It device will have a screen resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, which points towards an entry-level device. According to the source, the Galaxy Young 3 might have a 3.8-inch display, which is a good improvement over its predecessor's display. The device was discovered in Bluetooth SIG certification as well as in the Indian import listings about a month ago.
Samsung started restructuring the naming scheme for its smartphones earlier this year, so it is possible that the device might not called the Galaxy Young 3, but we will keep you updated on the matter.