Samsung Roadmap confirms the arrival of Four New Smartphones

With the Mobile World Congress 2013 approaching nearer, the list of speculations has now included within itself the leaked Samsung Roadmap for the Year 2013


The leaked Samsung Roadmap for the year 2013 includes most of the devices that have already been speculated recently including the Galaxy XCover 2 and the Galaxy Pocket Plus along with the Galaxy Note 8 that has recently got its arrival confirmed by the Company officials. A new entry level Smartphone, Galaxy Young has also been spotted on the Company’s Roadmap

Taking a sight on the newly designed Galaxy Young (GT-S6310), the Roadmap that has surfaced recently suggests that it will sport a 3-inch WVGA Display. The Galaxy Young will be powered with a 1GHz Processor and will be running on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) Operating system.

Samsung is expected to complement the Galaxy Young with a 3MP Rear Camera, Dual-SIM Support, 1,300mAh Battery along with 4GB of Internal Storage. The Entry level Smartphone will be available in the Month of April. An announcement for the device may be anticipated at the MWC 2013.

Moving forward we have the Galaxy Pocket Plus which will arrive as a successor of the Galaxy Pocket Model from Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus will feature a 2.8-inch HVGA Display, 850 processor, Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS, 2MP Rear Camera along with a 1200 mAh Battery. According to the leaked Roadmap the Galaxy Pocket Plus the single SIM Version of the Device will be available for sale next month.

Arriving to Samsung Galaxy XCover 2 the specifications match to the previous leaks along with a 4-inch WVGA Display, Dual-core Processor and 1,700 mAh Battery. It is expected to go on sale in the next month

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