With the Samsung Galaxy S Plus, Sammo essentially took the original Galaxy S and flung in a 1.4GHz processor. Now it’s going one step further with the Samsung Galaxy S Advance.
According to GSM Arena, the Samsung Galaxy S Advance will close the gap on its big brother – the Samsung Galaxy S II – with a 1GHz dual-core processor.
This new smartphone also goes by GT-I9070, which incidentally has the same number of syllables as Samsung Galaxy S Advance. Yes, I counted. Clearly I’ve had too much coffee today.
On the inside, things are much the same as the original. The Samsung Galaxy S Advance has a 5MP camera with 720p vid cap and a 1,500mAh battery. But don’t yawn just yet.
The Samsung Galaxy S Advance borrows a little from the Samsung Galaxy Nexus with a sliiightly curved 4in Super AMOLED display. We like.
We’re told to expect Android 2.3.6 (Gingerbread) for starters, but we reckon an update to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) is inevitable. That’s the full Ice Cream Sandwich, as opposed to a “Value Pack”.
Nothing’s official just yet, but we’re expecting a Samsung Galaxy S Advance unveiling at Mobile World Congress in… four weeks. Cripes.