About a year ago, if you had an iPhone and you walk into a public gathering all the eyes knew one direction that is you and your phone. Unfortunately, this is not true according to the current statistics. If you now keep iPhone in your hand and walk you wouldn't be considered as cool as a year ago. Especially, in Asia iPhone's demand has fallen down drastically according to the latest statistics only in Singapore iPhone's demand has fallen by 22 percent.
People nowadays shifting more towards android devices in particular Samsung's devices. Samsung Galaxy Note 2 from in particular has been a big hit in Asia especially. It's hard to see when Apple would gain back its original status as it was a year back. But, the world of technology is makes a move every day and any day could be Apple's too they just need to work hard and have patience.
The new Samsung Galaxy Express Handset running on an Android operating system guarantees 4G LTE's amazingly fast network connectivity to all. It bears familiarity to the Galaxy Express introduced by the AT &T network at the end of 2012.
This version is built for the European and Asian markets using the Android 4.1 Jellybean platform from the onset. Another variation is the dual-core 1.2GHz processor. Other features remain unchanged.
This handset carries a 2,000 mAh battery and measures 132.2 x 69.1 x 9.3 mm all weighing 139 grams.
Prices for Europe and Asia including the launch date are yet to be announced though it has been confirmed that it will be offered in white.
A black version is offered by AT & T and sells for $99.99 on contract and $449.99 off contract.
Looks like Samsung will bring the Samsung Golden GT-I9230 and Galaxy Folder to Asian countries like India.
Samsung Galaxy Golden Some specifications of the device are: 3.7″ LCD display with a resolution of 480×800, 8 Megapixel back camera 1.9 megapixel front camera, Android 4.2, Samsung's own Touch-Wiz Nature UI, A-GPS + GLONASS, Micro SD up to 64 GB, HSPA+ 21.1 Mbps, HSUPA 5.79 Mbps and a 3.5 plugin.
The dimensions of the device are 59.5x118x15.8mm and the weight with battery is 179g.
Samsung probably unveil the Galaxy GT-I9230 this month.
The Galaxy Win is another one of Samsung's lesser-known smartphones to come out this year. Although the company had a sure hit with the Galaxy S 4, some of its recent launches are quite underwhelming that fall short on the basis of performance. It is likely that the company wants to address the need for smartphones by budget-conscious individuals but a smartphone's got to be smart.
An example of these mediocre smartphones is the Samsung Galaxy Win. Although only a rumor as of moment, it features a 4.7-in display with an average resolution. According to a Vietnamese retailer, it has an Adreno GPU and runs on a quad core processor. It also looks to be a close copy of the S 3, design-wise.
For many people who believe in Samsung, they think that it should concentrate on the products that it is known for and avoid introducing products that will eventually go bust to maintain the momentum that the Galaxy S 4 has brought on the company.