Samsung has announced the launch of its latest smartphone, the Galaxy S Advance, which could inspire a great number of people to try and recycle their mobile phones in order to purchase the latest handset.
The new device will be powered by a dual core 1.0 GHz processor and HSPA 14.4 Mbps connectivity. Its curved glass design will enhance handling of the phone and fits the user's face easily and naturally, the company claims.
Running on Android Gingerbread and featuring Samsung's TouchWiz user interface, the Galaxy S Advance will enable users that switch devices to stay connected through the Samsung Hubs and ChatON services.
“The Galaxy S Advance adds to the successful track record of the Galaxy smartphone range with a phone that combines power and style with all the versatility of Samsung’s Hub services,” JK Shin, president of IT & mobile communications division at Samsung suggested.
Vice president of product innovation at Samsung Kevin Packingham reportedly told CNET earlier this month that the new Galaxy smartphone would have a battery that lasts all day.
Posted by Simon Thomas