Samsung unveils new Galaxy Young and Galaxy Fame phones

Samsung unveils new Galaxy Young and Galaxy Fame phones

Samsung has announced two new devices that are heading to the South Korea market, looking alarmingly like the Galaxy S3 – the Galaxy Young and the Galaxy Fame. Both devices come equipped with a 1GHz CPU and 512MB RAM, as well as a 1300mAh battery and 4GB internal storage. Aside from these low end specs, one could think they’re looking directly at a shrunk-down version of the Galaxy S3, complete with a TouchWiz Android 4.1 backend.

The chief difference in these two devices is the screen size – The Fame sporting a 3.5 inch display, while the Young comes in at 3.27 inches. There’s also a difference in camera size, with the Young having a 3MP rear camera (ouch), and the Fame showing off a 5MP rear shooter (still ouch). The Fame also comes with NFC, while the Young does not.

We don’t have any word on pricing or availability at this time.

via Samsung

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