So you want to own Samsung’s latest Galaxy S II but don’t have the cash for it? Well, it’s good that Samsung is looking out for the bottom line and remembering expensive stuff means not many buyers as there could be. The Korean company knows how tight money can get and has come up with a solution for cash-strapped seeking smart phones.
What they did was to cut down on some of the Galaxy S II’s awesome specs. That may sound like a bad idea, but if you really want to bring costs down, downgrading some of the stuff that people don’t actually use much is a good way to cut costs. Don’t worry though, the Samsung Galaxy Z as it is called is still an amazing piece of work.
First of all, Samsung didn’t mess with the Galaxy S II’s appearance. From a distance and to the uninformed, you’d actually look like you’re holding one of Samsung’s latest hit devicess. However, that’s where the similarity ends. It boasts a 4.2-inch Super Clear LCD touchscreen, runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and packs a 1 GHz dual-core processor. Additional features include a 5 MP rear camera, 8 GB of internal memory, and over several hours of battery charge at full usage.
Sounds like a cheap substitute? Well, that’s exactly what the Galaxy Z is – if you don’t have the cash to spring for the Galaxy S 2 and Galaxy Tab 10.1 you may have a decent choice with the Z. The specs are worse than the S II, but it in itself is a fancy enough cell phone for your use – no one would know the difference with their similarity in appearance.
Source: Samsung Hub