Samsung Galaxy R Style Officially Released In South Korea
Samsung Galaxy R Style is another add-on to Samsung’s already big armoury of Android powered smartphones, and it is headed up to South Korea. Samsung Galaxy R Style has just been disclosed, and it conjoins the elite club of devices shipping with Ice Cream Sandwich. Samsung opted to launch the smartphone at a strange occasion, having lately unveiled the Samsung Galaxy SIII, which by all odds bears more firepower than Samsung Galaxy R. The Samsung Galaxy R Style is pretty alike to SII, on some additions here and there.
Samsung Galaxy R Style specs featured a Qualcomm Snapdragon dual core 1.5 GHz processor and bears a 4.3 inch AMOLED screen. The most publicised Samsung Galaxy R feature is in spades the 4G LTE connectivity, which is as well their headiest boast. Differently the Samsung Galaxy R Style is a veritable Samsung device on nothing particularly to seem forward to. Samsung Galaxy R Style design factors borrows from the Galaxy R launched in 2011, and is being relinquished in white colour. The trunk is 128 x 64.5 in size and 9.78 mm thick, and houses a fairly large 2000 mAh battery which is pretty welcome due to of the battery drain expected because 4G connectivity. Samsung Galaxy R Style is cutting-edge at other hardware specifications’ terms including NFC connectivity and Bluetooth 4.0.
Among the greatest disappointments from Samsung Galaxy R Style is its camera, which is a simple 5 megapixel, which is downstairs equality counting the vying handsets from other maker. Samsung Galaxy R Style has internal onboard storage of 16 GB available for the user.
Samsung Galaxy R Style could be useable at South Korea by next month. Samsung hasn’t unveiled any plans from releasing it elsewhere thus far. In Korea, the phone could be priced on $594 and could be available at three carriers.