After the massive success of the Galaxy S, Samsung has now released the specs for a newer device in the Galaxy series – the Samsung Galaxy Q. From the spec sheet, it seems a pretty high-end device, along the same lines as the Galaxy S, with some differences. For the full official spec sheet and more information, read on.
Interestingly, the specs of Samsung Galaxy S and Q seem to intersect at many points. It is up to you to decide whether this device is an all new Android device from Samsung or is simply another Galaxy S variant.
Here are the specs of Samsung Galaxy Q:
- Android 2.2 Froyo OS
- 1.0 GHz Hummingbird Processor
- 3 Inches SuperAMOLED Dsiplay Screen
- 1500 mAH Battery
- QWERTY Keypad
- Optical Touchpad
- 8.0 Mega Pixel Primary (rear) Camera
- 1.3 Mega Pixel Front Camera
- Bluetooth 3.0
- Wi-Fi B/G/N
- 16 GB Internal Memory
- MicroSD Card Slot( Expandable Up to 32 GB).
- 3G HSDPA 7.2 Compatible
As you can see, the specs seem to deliver an image of a high-end Android device ready to enchant the Galaxy fans again. One major difference from the Galaxy S is an 8 mega pixel primary camera, in contrast to the 5 mega pixel found in the Galaxy S. Another interesting thing about this phone is that it will be available with Android 2.2 Froyo pre-installed.
Unfortunately, pictures of this seemingly high-tech device aren’t available yet but we can expect them to air shortly. The official price of the device isn’t out yet either but we can predict it to fall between USD 400 to USD 500 commitment free.
There is also a chance that this may be a variant of Galaxy S geared for some country-specific or carrier-specific market, as Samsung has had a history of doing that with many of their devices. Whatever the case might be, we are sure to find out soon enough, as the specs being officially released by Samsung, the device will likely be on shelves somewhere in the world shortly.