Samsung GALAXY Grand officially announced

Samsung GALAXY Grand have been officially announced and it’ll be available in both single and dual SIM versions, with latter version first to be released. It is a mid-range device with somewhat unusual specs. You notice, it comes with a 5-inch WVGA (480×800 pixels) display instead of HD one. Remainder of the specs are similarly mid-end and include a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, 2-megapixel front-facing one, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of built-in storage, Bluetooth 4.0 and a microSD memory card slot. In other words, it’s just like the Galaxy S II with a much bigger screen and fewer storage (Galaxy S II has 16 GB).

However, it does include Jelly Bean out of box that’s further beefed up with Samsung software to permit users to run two apps directly (Multi Window), see missed calls and new messages simply by picking up the telephone (Smart Alert), watch videos in a pop-up window, and share content across Samsung devices via AllShare Play. Plus, let’s not forget S Voice, which allows you to control the telephone using your voice.

Pricing and availability information weren’t released though we think to determine the GALAXY Grand start selling sooner or later in early 2013.

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Dusan was using smartphones since their introduction and is now following the most recent trends within the industry. The “convergence” is what he’s most inquisitive about, and writing about it’s the next logical thing to do. He thinks that using a smartphone is what everyone who cares about their time should do. As well as his interests in cell phones, Dusan also likes to experiment with the most recent web and mobile 2.0 services. The belief of accessing and managing your information from any device irrespective of where you’re simply amazes him. Whether it’s a web-based to-do list, note taking service or a video sharing social network, he’s there to attempt it out. He admits though, he’s still on the search for without equal web-based organizational tool, which “sings” perfectly with the mobile PIM application. Dusan used to run SymbianWatch.com which later became a part of IntoMobile. He lives in Serbia, South-East Europe, from where he edits the positioning daily.

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