Samsung boosted its Galaxy line of Smartphones with four new products, giving some lower-tier features for people want to keep away from the high price tag of Galaxy S5. The tech huge on Monday launched the Galaxy Star 2, Galaxy Core 2, Galaxy Ace 4, and Galaxy Young 2, each with lesser displays and less powerful processors than the GS5. All four new devices work the latest version and technology of mobile operating system, Android 4.4.
The 5.7-inch phone is the newest version of the company’s ‘phablet’ class of phones and features a high description ‘2k’ display, clearer than any rival phone. The phone has further image stabilisation to its 16 megapixel major camera and has improved its front-facing ‘selfie’ camera 3.7 megapixels quality. The phone also adds a biometric sensor that would gauge fingerprints and pulses.
The Galaxy Note 4 also has the features a fast-charging battery. 50 PC strength battery would be charged within 30 minutes. The device also has a jerked style pen device which would now pull and drop items as well as its writing functionality. Samsung has not exposed the pricing or accessibility of the Galaxy Note 4 yet, but it is likely to be available in shops soon in Rs 15449/= Approximately.