Samsung’s booth at CES 2013 surely wasn’t the most exciting one, but that’s why the Koreans have been preparing for MWC. And by the looks, we are going to have a better time at Samsung’s booth in Spain in February than we had a few weeks ago, because it’s preparing some interesting Android devices for the conference. We’ll just present you a couple of pages of its MWC portfolio.
First comes the Galaxy Note 8.0. We have encountered it countless times this month, so we have nothing exclusive about it. The specs are well-known – a 1,6GHz quad-core processor, 8-inch 1280x800p display, 2GB RAM, and Android 4.2 Jellybean.
The Samsung Galaxy X Cover 2 follows up. It packs a 4-inch display of WVGA resolution, 1GHz dual-core processor, Android 4.1 Jellybean, 4GB storage, and a microSD card slot. It boasts with IP67 certification, which means it’s dustproof and waterproof.
Next comes the Samsung Galaxy Young, a replacement for last year’s Galaxy Y. It serves like a decent upgrade from the previous installment, touting the following specs: 3-inch WVGA display, 1GHz processor, Android 4.1 Jellybean, 4GB memory plus a microSD card slot, 3MP camera and Bluetooth 4.0.
Finally, enter the Galaxy Pocket Plus, the lowest-ranked device of them all. It’s not much of an upgrade from the original Galaxy Pocket, save for some minor details. It packs the same processor, but comes with an upgraded screen resolution (QVGA to HVGA), upgraded storage of 4GB plus a microSD card slot, and a more up-to-date Android version, 4.1 Jellybean, that is.
That’s all we know thus far. We will let you know if we stumble upon another, yet unseen Samsung device that is awaiting MWC announcement.