Samsung has quietly added two more keenly priced smartphones in its Galaxy line-up, the Galaxy Young and the Galaxy Fame.
Unveiled mere weeks before Mobile World Congress, the handsets won’t blow many minds as far as specs are concerned, but are clearly intended for a more cost-savvy, entry-level end of the market.
The Galaxy Young, is home to a 3.27-inch TFT HVGA display, a 1GHz processor, a three-megapixel and 4GB on internal storage, which can be expanded by a further 64GB via microSD.
The Galaxy Fame, meanwhile, offers a marginally bigger 3.5-inch screen and a more respectable five-megapixel camera, but is also powered a 1GHz chip and packs 4GB flash storage (expandable up to 64GB).
Look-wise, the Young is basically a stubbier version of the Galaxy S3, while the Fame could be mistaken for a pea-sized Galaxy Note (not really).
On a more pleasing note, both handsets will come with Android Jelly Bean out of the box and are headed for Blighty on the week of March 25th.
Stay tuned for pricing and availability details closer to launch.