Samsung Galaxy Z

Posted By Dupont on July 1, 2011
in Product News

A new Galaxy phone, the Samsung Galaxy Z, has just been announced by Swedish carrier Three. This new Samsung Galaxy Z will run on Tegra 2 chipset with two 1GHz Cortex-A9 cores. It is seen as Samsung Galaxy S II’s cheaper cousin with a few minor differences.

4.2-inch Super Clear LCD Touch Screen

Except for better material for the back and a bit thicker (9.46mm), the Samsung Galaxy Z looks quite similar with Galaxy S II. The display remains the same – 4.2-inch with WVGA resolution (800×480) but with the material changed from Super AMOLED Plus to Super Clear LCD.

Samsung Galaxy Z -1

Nvidia Tegra 2 Processor

Instead of using its own Exynos 4210 dual-core processor, Samsung Galaxy Z uses the popular Nvidia Tegra 2 processor which is widely equipped on Android smart phones like Motorola Atrix 4G.

Samsung Galaxy Z -2

Powerful Functions

Samsung Galaxy Z has almost all the functions of Galaxy S II. It is running on Android 2.3 platform with Touchwiz 4.0 UI. A 5MP camera which is capable of 720p video recording and 2MP front camera for video calling are also equipped. The Galaxy Z model packs 8GB of built-in memory that is expandable through the miscroSD slot.

Samsung Galaxy Z -3

Price and Availability

The Samsung Galaxy Z is up for pre-order via Three. The Price is set at $630 for the pre-order. You can also get it for free if you sign a two-year contact with Sweden’s Three Network.

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