Images have surfaced of two new Android powered additions to the Samsung Galaxy range, ahead of next month’s much anticipated smartphone showcase the Mobile World Conference (MWC).
Tracked down by Android fansite Eurodroid, the snaps are too small to make much out about either handset. But on appearances alone, the previously unseen Ace appears to be higher-end than the Suit, which looks like a successor to Sammy’s budget Android blowers, the Galaxy Apollo and Galaxy Europa.
The chaps at Eurodroid also note the Suit’s aesthetic similarity to the recently leaked Samsung Galaxy Mini, suggesting that what we’re looking at could be a regional variant of the handset.
Alas, specs for both the Ace and the Suit are impossible to come by. However, in news to disappoint would-be buyers everywhere, the Ace is expected to run Android 2.2, AKA Froyo, out of the box, rather than the latest, 2.3 version of Google’s platform – informally known to Fandroids as Gingerbread.
We’ve yet to hear anything about release dates. But we’d be amazed if this pair didn’t show up at the MWC expo taking place from February 14th in Barcelona. The event is also expected to see the launch of the HTC Scribe (HTC’s debut Android tablet) and Sony Ericsson’s much-spotted, even more specced PlayStation phone.