It’s the GT-i9300, but it’s not the Galaxy S3, man. Rather, this stock-ICS inheriting (mouth-watering?) device is being dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy M.
And just to make that you are not hearing one more Galaxy S3 rumor, this stock-ish Android 4.0 device is supposed to be a mid-tier device, as the name Galaxy M suggests, as also the design of the phone.
Latest rumor about the phnphone pits a mid-May launch date for the Galaxy M, and if this galaxy phone gets a dual-core (either Tegra 2 or Qualcomm’s S3, at 1.5GHz), we think it will be a good device to choose and spend some moments of your life with. And since even the recently announced Galaxy Ace 2, a successor to Galaxy Ace, equips a dual-core processor, we’ve every right to hope for a 1.2GHz dual-core chip inside the Galaxy M, one notch better than Ace 2’s 800MHz dual-core processor.
Of course, price has to be just right too, and anything in the region of $350 would be a steal. So, let’s hope you get to steal it.
That it’s without Samsung’s TouchWiz UI is a welcome news for many, but I fear that unless it’s priced under $400, a used Galaxy S2 i9100 with dual-core Exynos processor would be a nice deal, given the gigantic support the Galaxy S2 receives from developer community around the world.
So, what do you say, a used Galaxy S2 or Galaxy M, if both cost nearly same?