Samsung may be developing a new mobile phone called the Galaxy Premier, according to a report from German site Mobile Geeks.
The flagship handset, the Galaxy S3, has been extremely successful for the Korean company, winning T3 and Mobile Choice Phone of the Year and enjoying 20 million unit sales within 100 days of release.
On the back of this triumph, the manufacturer unveiled an S3 mini on October 11th and it seems that there may be yet another addition to the Galaxy line.
Rumours are that the device will lie somewhere between the Galaxy Nexus and original S3 in terms of specs, perhaps toting a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, eight-megapixel camera and 4.6-inch screen.
It is expected to be powered by the latest Android Jelly Bean operating system, which Google claims is “fast, fluid, and smooth”.
British Galaxy S3 owners are still awaiting the software update, as the devices currently sport Ice Cream Sandwich.
Posted by Simon Thomas