A mystery device named the Samsung Galaxy Frame is gearing up for an official unveil at the Mobile World Congress 2013 event, if reports on the Internet are to be believed. This phone is being said to have been modeled along the lines of the Ace and Mini handsets under the Galaxy branding. And this indicates that it might be targeted towards the low-to-mid price range. Samsung is still to speak officially about the phone, and no specifications of it have come to the fore either.
Based on SamMobile’s exposé of the handset however, IntoMobile has deduced that the Galaxy Frame will be seen sporting a small screen of up to 4-inches in diagonal length. The website has also speculated that going by its apparent price range, it can carry a rear camera of 3.2- to 5MP capacity. Besides, HSDPA connectivity, Wi-Fi, GPS, microSD memory card slot and other such essentials are also expected to form part of the device.
It will supposedly come with the model name GT-S6810, and is expected to arrive in the markets during the first quarter of 2013. As of now, pearl white seems to be only color that it will be made available in. The annual Mobile World Congress event which takes place every year in Barcelona, Spain will purportedly be the venue for the unveiling of this phone. It is scheduled to commence on February 25, and will go on through February 28.
2012 has been a big year for Samsung, with the South Korean company having launched a flurry of new devices that went on to sell like hotcakes worldwide. The S3, the Note 2 and the Note 10.1 were the highlights of its portfolio. Outside the mobile department, the company was in the news recently for its new product, the Galaxy Camera. This compact snapper runs the Android OS, and is even 3G-capable, allowing users to instantly share their photographs on their online profiles.
Whatever the Samsung Galaxy Frame is will only be clear when its maker decides to go official with it. Meanwhile, if and when any new information about it is out, make sure to check this space for it.