Today, Samsung unveiles their new model of mid-range smartphone, called Galaxy S Advance. The new device seems to have specs that fall between the original Galaxy S and the updated Galaxy S II.
The Galaxy S Advance features a curved design, that looks the same with the other smartphones that Samsung released in the last year. Comparing to the Samsung Galaxy S or Galaxy S Plus, this one features a 1Ghz Dual-core processor, a 5-megapixel camera, HSPA 14.4 support, 768MB of RAM and up to 16GB internal storage. The toy will be launched with Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Samsung has not made any plans for an Ice Cream Sandwich update public.
The device will be launched next month in Russia, and the phone will then be released in CIS, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Southeast and Southwest Asia, Latin America and China. There are no official news that the phone will be in the US market.