Samsung has added a couple more devices to the Galaxy family, where these two smartphones are known as the Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo and the Galaxy Pocket Star. Rumored for some time before in the past, both of them will not shake heaven and earth, as they seem to be smartphones that cater to the entry level market, with both models sharing a 3” QVGA TFT LCD display, a 2-megapixel camera at the back, Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice, being based on Samsung’s own TouchWiz user interface to boot. No idea on pricing, but so far initial speculation has placed it in the realm of 150 Euros.
The Galaxy Star will be powered by a 1GHz processor, while the Galaxy Pocket Neo is going for a slower 850MHz processor, and you can forget about quad-core performance here. 4GB of internal memory on either handset can be further augmented by inserting a microSD memory card, bumping up the potential external memory capacity by up to 32GB.
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