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Samsung Galaxy Premier Device Outed

Following the announcement of the Galaxy S3 Mini, Samsung is seemingly working on the 'Galaxy Premier', which will be a step up from a Galaxy Nexus, but below the specifications of the Galaxy S3.

According to purported leaked specs, the Galaxy Premier (the device seen on the left in the image above next to the Galaxy S3) will apparently feature Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. However, it won't be powered by the quad-core Exynos chip found inside the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II, but instead contain a dual-core 1.5GHz processor. As for the Premier's screen, the unannounced smartphone will share the same size and resolution stemming from the older Galaxy Nexus device: a 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED display.

The Galaxy Premier is said to use an 8-megapixel camera found in the Galaxy S3, as well as feature Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, GPS, and DLNA (sharing media over home networks). Also included is a front-facing camera, either 16 or 32 GB of internal storage and a micro SD card slot.

The handset is reportedly targeted just for Europe territories, with a launch in Germany by the end of the year rumored, as well as an estimated price of €480. Due to its inability to work on LTE networks with its HSDPA (HSPA) radio and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA components, the Galaxy Premier is unlikely to see a launch in the United States.

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  • clubsaucekiller
    Is this what happens when Samesung tries not to copy Apple? I guess brand dilution and customer confusion and the only things they know how to do.
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  • Kami3k
    clubsaucekillerIs this what happens when Samesung tries not to copy Apple? I guess brand dilution and customer confusion and the only things they know how to do.
    Apple *can't say*
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  • reprotected
    *Insert Apple hate comment here. Get thumbs up.
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  • schnitter
    reprotected*Insert Apple hate comment here. Get thumbs up.
    *Insert SAMSUNG praise like "Oh wow, another phone yay where do they get so many names?!?!" get thumbs up.
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  • As long as you people at Toms use a .com without a second level domain you really should not refer to the quad core in the GS3 since .com is for AMERICAN websites and we do NOT get a quad core in the GS3.

    Save the quad core talk for .com.uk, .com.jp etc., etc.

    In other words, learn the interwebs. kthx.
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  • bustapr
    comcomcomAs long as you people at Toms use a .com without a second level domain you really should not refer to the quad core in the GS3 since .com is for AMERICAN websites and we do NOT get a quad core in the GS3. Save the quad core talk for .com.uk, .com.jp etc., etc.In other words, learn the interwebs. kthx.as long as its about electronic tech advancements and new toys anywhere around the world, plz bring more news to the .com domain. even if i dont buy the quad core phone here in usa, I still find the news interesting

    also learn the interwebs dude. its ".co.uk" and ".co.jp" :P
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  • greghome
    clubsaucekillerIs this what happens when Samesung tries not to copy Apple? I guess brand dilution and customer confusion and the only things they know how to do.
    I thought Apple relied on brand dilution and consumer confusion to make everyone think the Galaxy series are Apple Copycats? :P
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  • _Pez_
    what are you talking about guys ? O.O
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  • dotaloc
    bustapralso learn the interwebs dude. its ".co.uk" and ".co.jp"
    learn the english, dude. if you want to be possessive, it's just "its," but if you want to be a contraction (it is), it's "it-apostrophe-s," scallywag. you should probably capitalize sentences and proper nouns, too. oh, wait...
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  • greghome
    dotaloclearn the english, dude. if you want to be possessive, it's just "its," but if you want to be a contraction (it is), it's "it-apostrophe-s," scallywag. you should probably capitalize sentences and proper nouns, too. oh, wait...
    Heil Grammar! Heil Grammar! Heil! Heil! Heil!

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