Samsung Release The Galaxy W In South Korea With 7-inch Screen.


Samsung Release The Galaxy W In South Korea With 7-inch Screen.

It’s a very well known fact that South Korea is that main home base of one of the most biggest smartphone and tablet device around. For those who are living under a rock, the aforementioned company Samsung, has recently decided to release another newly made seven-inch tablet phone, only for their own country.

 Galaxy W.

This recently launched device has been given the name of The Galaxy W, which appears to be made as a Korea-only device for the time being. This tablet contains an HD display, runs a somewhat dated Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS, and is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core process with 1.5GB RAM. There’s an eight-megaplixed rear camera and a two-megapixel front-facing camera, while the 16 GB Internal storage can be upgraded by up to 64 GB along with an external card.

Galaxy W Korea

The Galaxy W shall also support the super-fast LTE-A 4G network and has been weighed around 245g. It will become available with operators from SK Telecom for a total of 499,400 won (US$490).


The fact that its only running under Jelly Bean, the price comes of as a bit excessive for the device, but given that its essentially a seven-inch tablet that is fully capable of making calls, Samsung may be pitching this towards those who want a device that comes with all the available options. This device, unfortunately, will most likely never make it out of Korea, though, its pretty well known that many Samsung devices have been mostly made to be released in Korea, So don’t expect to try to make any reservation or saving up cash to try and acquire this slick device, unless you live in Korea of course, then by all means please do.

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