Samsung To Launch Galaxy S II In India By May End

By April 13th, 2011 AT 8:08 PM

Leading Mobile phone maker Samsung today said that it will launch GALAXY S II, the company’s much-awaited flagship Android smartphone phone in India in May 2011. However the company didn’t  specify the price and exact date of the launch.

Apart from the GALAXY S II, Samsung also unleashes the Galaxy Tab 8.9 and 10.1 for Indian market. Both Tab will be launched in coming months in Indian market.

The new GALAXY S II smartphone will succeed Galaxy S, which was launched in India last year and helped Samsung take a lead role in Android smartphone segment. A lightning-fast, dual-core Samsung GALAXY S II powered by a 1.2Ghz processor,supports a 4.3-Inch Super AMOLED+ screen and runs on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) customized with Samsung’s Touchwiz 4 user interface. Galaxy S II will have an 8 Mega pixel camera and 1GB RAM.

GALAXY Tab 10.1 – Samsung expands the Samsung GALAXY Tab range with a 10.1” entertainment powerhouse. A dual-core smart media device powered by Android Honeycomb, the GALAXY Tab 10.1 boasts its lightweight and thin design on a 10.1-inch large display. The GALAXY Tab 10.1 delivers the ultimate mobile entertainment experience to immerse users with its dual surround-sound speakers.

GALAXY Tab 8.9 – At just 8.6mm thin and weighing only 470g, the GALAXY Tab 8.9 is the perfect device for today’s mobile professional. Whether writing emails on a trip or reading an eBook on the couch, the GALAXY Tab 8.9 provides the ultimate tablet experience without compromising mobility.

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