Yesterday only we posted about another two Samsung biggies that joined the race of the bigger guns but Samsung looks in no mood to let any part of it’s market share sweep out as today at an event in South Africa, Samsung announced two entry level Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean running droids namely the Samsung Galaxy Star and the Samsung Pocket Neo.
Both of the low end Android 4.1 Jelly Bean offerings will share an almost similar feature set, save for the processor clock-speed bump for the Galaxy Star. Further, the two entry level droids will feature a state of the art connectivity suite and 2 Megapixel cameras on the back while the display turns out to be a real time setback if you consider using the latest of Android over a mere 3-inches of display estate spanning over the aged QVGA(320×240) resolution. But meanwhile, one simply can’t think about getting the best of both worlds at the same moment of time because as far as the pricing is concerned, the specifications chart just chips in as one of the robust kind!
The biggest possible threats that these two phones could face as they arrive the stores could be coming from the numerous siblings they possess under the Galaxy ‘Y’ banner while the HTC Explorer and the Xperia Tipo can send a clear see off as they sit at the pole position under the concerned price bracket, unless the new Samsung lads get priced wisely enough.
All in all, these two phones might set the pace for an Android deal over Nokia’s feature phones if they hit the correct price bracket as we look forward towards the duo hitting the shelves.