Samsung has unveiled two new mobile phones which will join the successful Galaxy line – the Fame and the Young.
Both handsets will sport the Android Jelly Bean operating system, meaning owners have access to the vast app catalogue on Google Play.
The software will work alongside a 1 GHz processor to ensure a smooth and speedy user experience, and 4 GB of internal memory is provided for data storage.
A three-megapixel camera features on the Young, while the Fame offers a higher-quality five-megapixel snapper.
The latter smartphone also sports a slightly larger 3.5-inch display whereas the touchscreen on the former measures up at 3.27 inches.
Matching the original S3 release, the Fame will be available in pearl white or metallic blue – the Young has white, deep blue, wine red and metallic silver variants.
Buyers might also have the option of purchasing single or dual-SIM models, meaning cash-strapped consumers can choose to take advantage of cheap tariffs from different operators.
Posted by Claire Marshall