Samsung have just officially revealed that the Galaxy S Advance handset is on its way.
Android-loving smartphone fans will be able to enjoy a mid-spec handset, with a 4-inch Super AMOLED display (480×800), and dual-core 1GHz processor with 768MB of RAM.
Isn’t it funny how little less than a a year after the first wave of dual-core handsets are launched, a smartphone sporting similar specs in early 2012 is already relegated to the mid-range tier?
Anyway, we digress! Elsewhere on the S Advance you’ll find a 5MP camera, a 1.3MP front facing snapper and HSPA 14.4Mbps connectivity.
Android version 2.3 is loaded on here, with Samsung’s TouchWiz UI re-skinning pasted on top, offering their Hubs system, ChatON and Find My Mobile for forgetful types.
“The Galaxy S Advance adds to the successful track record of the Galaxy smartphone range with a phone that combines power and style with all the versatility of Samsung’s Hub services,” said Samsung’s JK Shin.
Hitting Russia first from February, the Samsung Galaxy S Advance is set to hit Southeast and Southwest Asia, Latin America and China, Europe, Africa and the Middle East soon after.