Meet the Samsung Galaxy Victory
Guys at Android Central have had their hands on a few purported images of another mid-range smartphone from Samsung; the Samsung Galaxy Victory
Guys at Android Central have had their hands on a few purported images of another mid-range smartphone from Samsung. Samsung Galaxy Victory as it is to be called is coming to the Sprint 4G LTE network. The phone looks good but reminded me a little bit of the HTC One V. Nevertheless, the Galaxy Victory has pretty decent specs to offer.
The handset comes with Android 4.0.4 blended with the TouchWiz UI and a 1.2 GHz Dual Core Qualcomm/MSM8960 Lite processor. The MSM8960 processor is found to quite handy according to benchmarks revealed. In fact, HTC is planning to incorporate this one of the WP8 handsets HTC Accord. Display is of 4.0 inches settled at 400×800 resolutions. A 5 MP camera reportedly would rest at the back and a 1.3 MP shooter will act as the front facing camera.
Browsers seem to include HTML only and Adobe Flash and HTML5 are missing. The battery power is 2100mAh battery. Usually phones with similar specs tend to provide battery power of 1600-1650 mAh. This one has got an upper edge in terms of the battery power.
Being headed to sprint, the Galaxy Victory will be based on the CDMA network supporting UMTS dual-band, 1700/2100 mHz. There is no information available on either the internal memory or RAM. An external memory slot is confirmed though up to 32GB.
No details on pricing or availability.