Jun 30 AT 11:03 AM Alberto Vildosola 19 Comments

Meet the Samsung Galaxy Z, Galaxy S II’s younger brother

Another day, another Samsung Android device. Swedish carrier Three just announced the addition of a new Android device to its lineup:  the Samsung Galaxy Z. The Galaxy Z is a slightly more modest version of the Galaxy S II with a 5 MP camera instead of the Galaxy S II’s 8 MP one. And 8 GB of internal storage versus the Galaxy S II’s massive 32 GB.

According to Three’s website, the Galaxy Z will have the following specs:

  • Android 2.3 Gingerbread
  • 4.2-inch SC-LCD screen with a 800×480 resolution
  • 1 GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor
  • 5 MP rear-facing camera with LED flash
  • 720p video recording
  • Front-facing camera
  • 8 GB of internal storage

We don’t know how much RAM the Galaxy Z has yet, but I’m guessing it’ll have 512 MB and not 1 GB like the Galaxy S II. Also, we have no idea when (or if) the Galaxy Z will land in the States. Three will sell this device for about $630, which is a lot even without a contract. But I guess these prices change between regions.

While we wait for the Galaxy Z to jump across the pond, you can feast your eyes on the pictures below. Then let us know in the comments whether you think this phone is worth your hard-earned money or not.

Galaxy_Z_1 Galaxy_Z_2 Galaxy_Z_3 Galaxy_Z_4 Galaxy_Z_5 Galaxy_Z_6 Galaxy_Z_7

Via: GSMArena

Alberto is a college student living somewhere between Miami, Sarasota and the World Wide Web. Although a former iPhone owner, Alberto is now a proud Android enthusiast. You can follow Alberto on Twitter and Google+ for his thoughts unworthy of an article.

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