There have been many rumors regarding certain devices from Samsung’s Galaxy lineup that haven’t even be announced. Benchmark scores, leaked pictures and what not. Today, however, we got an info that carries details for at least some of those devices. The first one we will be talking about is the Galaxy S Relay 4G. It will show up on T-Mobile’s shelves and it will carry a QWERTY keyboard, a feature rarely used nowadays. The other specs are still unknown, but, at least we can get a glimpse of its design.
Next up: the Galaxy Admire 4G. It’s supposed to be the successor of the original Admire. 4G LTE is granted for this one, but, sadly, it will likely run on the currently out-dated Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The design will be Galaxy S – styled.
The Samsung Galaxy Discover is said to feature lots of storage, support for external storage and on top of that, Android 4.0. The design will also resemble the original Samsung Galaxy S.
We’ve already encountered with the Galaxy Stellar(SCH-I200 Jasper). The specs seem familiar: 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, Android 4.0, 4G LTE connectivity and a 2100 mAh battery to power it all.
By the days that pass the original Galaxy Stratosphere gets more and more outdated. That’s where the new Stratosphere comes in. It will carry the name Stratosphere 2 and will reportedly feature a physical QWERTY keyboard, S-Voice, S-Beam and global roaming support.
Last, but not least, the Galaxy Victory 4G LTE. The device is headed to Sprint and is named as SPH-L300. Feature-wise, it supports 4G LTE connectivity, Android 4.0, a display of WVGA resolution, NFC and a 5 mp shooter.
That’s a lot of devices coming up and all of those are designed to compete in the mid-range. We hope we can gather more information in order to satisfy our fellow readers. Please stay tuned, more details are coming soon!