South Korean tech giant Samsung have been jumping leaps and bounds when it comes to Android smartphone market catch. The last couple of years have been chart-breaking for the company, as they surpassed Apple, to become the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world. Although, high-end smartphones of the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series have been the prime contributors towards Samsung's success, one can not count out the other low-end and mid-range smartphones by the manufacturer either.
Come 2013, Samsung seems to be in a complete assault mode, rolling out devices in a flurry. Last week, the tech world got introduced to the rugged Galaxy Xcover 2, while Galaxy Express was launched the previous day and the Galaxy Pop a day before that.
According to SamMobile sources, Samsung is prepping to release around eight more Android handsets for this year, with the first of the lot being GT-B9150 aka Galaxy Q. The rumored specs for the handset include a 5.3 inch 1280×672 resolution display, dual-core Exynos 5250 CPU along with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. There has been unconfirmed rumors about this phone having a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
Next in line is the GT-I8262, aka Galaxy Core, another mid-range phone, expected to release in March. The handset will sport a 4.3-inch 480 x 800 display, a 1.2 GHz dual-core CPU, 768 MB of RAM and a 5 MP camera.
The number three and four in line are the GT-I9150 and GT-I9152, also called as Galaxy Fonblet 5.8 and Fonblet 6.3 respectively. We do not have much information about the smartphones specs, as of now.
The rest of the expected handsets are Galaxy Star, Galaxy Pocket 2, Galaxy Young and Galaxy Frame. According to sammobile, most of these phones might be unveiled in the upcoming Mobile World Congress.