Samsung working on yet another higher mid-range smartphone and is expected to arrive with Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean version.
Samsung continues to bring out the Google Android based smartphones with variety of screen sizes and hardware configurations. An upcoming Samsung device with model name GT-I9082 has now been certified by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group and WiFi Alliance. As of now, there are no details on this mysterious Samsung GT-I9082 handset and it appears to be a variant of the Galaxy S Advance GT-I9070 smartphone.
This smartphone appears to be an improved version of the Galaxy S Advance GT-I9070 which sports a 4-inch WVGA (480x800) display and packs dual-core 1 GHz STE U8500 mobile processor. The Samsung GT-I9082 reportedly packs 1.2 GHz mobile processor and will sport Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update out of the box.
There are no details about the launch, price or availability of this handset. We presume that this handset will be released sometime late next month or in early 2013.
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