Samsung have established a reputation as one of the leading Android phone manufacturers and the launch of the Galaxy S3 earlier this year looks destined to become the most popular Android device of all time. This week we have seen a variation on this popular model unveiled in the shape of the new Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini and this has been followed by news of a new and improved S3 handset designed for the Japanese market.
Such is the success of the Galaxy range of models that we are constantly being introduced to new versions designed to appeal to certain sectors of the market. With the Galaxy S3 gaining such wide spread success it was inevitable that we would se a number of versions of this phone and the original phone is looking destined to become the most popular Android device of all time. Earlier this week UK users were treated to a glimpse of the S3 Mini and now Japanese consumers can look forward to a more powerful version of the device. The model will be released by NTT Docomo and will sport identical features but some more impressive specification behind the scenes. A new 1.6Ghz quad core processor will be used, the same as is found in the new Galaxy Note 2 device and this will be coupled by 2GB of RAM. These improvement will speed up performance on what is already regarded as one of the quickest models around.
This new version of the Samsung Galaxy S3 will be named Alpha and it joins a number of other recent introductions to the Galaxy Range. A couple of weeks ago we saw the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 This model targets users looking for the largest possible screen size and the 5.6 inch display may even attract consumers originally looking at smaller tablet devices. On the flip side of the coin the new Galaxy S3 Mini offers great specification but with a smaller screen designed to make the model more compact. The new Galaxy S3 Alpha joins these models as an impressive inclusion in what is a very strong range of models.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 offers exceptional performance but the new Alpha version will turn things up a notch in this area when it is finally released in Japan.height=”255″ />