Samsung has announced a new addition to its Galaxy range of smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy SL, and it shares almost the same specifications as the original Galaxy S.
The Samsung Galaxy SL features a 4 inch Super Clear LCD display instead of the AMOLED display on the Galaxy S and the processor has also been replaced with a 1GHz TI OMAP 3630 processor.
The rest of the specifications are similar to the Galaxy S, although there is no 8GB version just a 16GB version and it Galaxy SL also comes with an extra 138MB of RAM.
There is also a slightly larger 1650mAh battery and the devices is a little bit bigger than the original Galaxy S, measuring 123.7mm x 64.2mm by 10.59mm.
It will come with Android 2.2 Froyo and it looks like we should get an official announcement on pricing and availability at MWC 2011.
via GSM Arena
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