While the Super Phone Samsung Galaxy S II i9100 is continuing its blockbuster run, Samsung has silently released a variant of Samsung Galaxy S II in sweden and calls this device Samsung Galaxy Z. I must admit that the naming conventions and the variants introduced by Samsung is very hard to comprehend. They have alteast half a dozen variants of Galaxy S in the market now and some of them available in select few markets. Only Galaxy S i9000 and Galaxy S II i9100 are globally available.
Samsung Galaxy Z is a Android gingerbread smartphone powered by 1GHz Dual-core tegra 2 chipset and GeForce GPU, 1GB RAM. Galaxy Z sports a 5 mega-pixels auto-focus camera wit LED flash, face-detection and 1.3 MP front-facing camera for video calling. As far as the display is concerned, it comes with a 4.2 inch SC-LCD screen with a resolution of 480x800 pixels. In terms of connectivity it has got Wi-Fi, Hotspot, GPS, 3G, microUSB, 3.5 mm audio jack and FM Radio.
I am sure lot of you would be wondering what’s the difference between Galaxy Z and Galaxy S II.
|Features||Galaxy S II i9100||Galaxy Z|
|Display||4.3 inch, S-AMOLED||4.2 inch SC-LCD|
|CPU||1.2 GHz Exynos, dual-core||1 GHz Tegra 2, dual-core|
|Internal Storage||16GB/32GB||8 GB|
|Camera||8 Mega pixels||5 Mega pixels|
Galaxy Z is available only in Sweden and no information is available about roll-out to other parts of the world.
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