While Apple is largely content with the high-end market, Samsung continues to successfully play a balancing act between both the high, mid and low-end ranges.
Samsung’s latest entry-level smartphone, the Galaxy Young Duos, is now up for grabs from Amazon Germany. What else does it have to offer apart from its dual SIM capability?
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It seems like not a day goes by without hearing about yet another Galaxy phone being introduced by Samsung. Entering the stage soon are the Galaxy Young and the Galaxy Fame.
Six more Galaxy devices have been spotted in GLBenchmarks, the Galaxy Fonblet 5.8, Pocket 2, Star, Young, Frame and GT-B9150.
While Samsung’s high-end smartphones have played a key part in the company’s recent booming success in the Android décor, there’s no doubt that the low-enders and mid-tier devices have also contributed to the sales and profit boosts.
Wondering what army of devices Samsung will deploy in the first half of the year to accompany the flagship Galaxy S4? As per usual, Samsung will offer a little bit of something for everyone.
The Samsung Galaxy Young Duos will be on display at the MWC 2013 in February and should start selling immediately after, according to SamMobile.