Shifting gears, Samsung has now launched a smaller device – the Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 4.2 – as opposed to another 10-inch behemoth at MWC 2012.
I actually like this move by Sammy as I find 5-inch devices just a tad bit too big for comfy use when on the road. And I love that it’s now available in white, though I’m not digging the glossy finish.
The Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 4.2 runs on a 1GHz processor with 512MB RAM, a 2-megapixel main cam, a VGA secondary cam on the front, Gingerbread as its OS, preloaded with Need for Speed Hot Pursuit, a gyroscope, and is available in two storage capacities – 8GB and 16GB.
It’s not exactly as good as the Galaxy S WiFi 5.0 on paper, but it shouldn’t be that bad as far as performance goes.
No word on local availability yet, but if they price this just right if and when this baby hits the Philippine stores, I can definitely see this a serious contender against Apple’s mighty iPod touch.
But yeah, there’s still an if there.
For more on this new Galaxy S WiFi, just head on over here.
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