Samsung Galaxy W goes official with 7-inch display
Samsung has finally announced the Galaxy W in Korea with a milestone achieved: With it’s 7-inch display, the Samsung Galaxy W is the biggest smartphone ever.
The Samsung Galaxy W features a 720 x 1280 pixels screen and when you sum the figures with the 7 inches the screen measures, you get a 210 PPI.
The ‘phoneblet’ features a quad core CPU running at 1.2GHz, a gig and half of RAM, 16GB of native storage with space for microSD cards. It runs on the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean platform.
The Galaxy W is belongs to the family of the Samsung SM-T2558 which has been in the rumor mills for days but it seems Korea’s Galaxy W will be a tad different from the others.
The Samsung Galaxy W will be retailed for 499,400 KRW (about 487 USD) in South Korea and will be available in red, black and white tones.
Meanwhile, Samsung has another phone called the Samsung Galaxy W I8150 that was re seleased in 2011 with a 3.5-inch screen. Just so that you know, the two are quite separate devices.
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