Samsung Le Puts His Mid Range 64-Bit, This Is The New Galaxy Win 2

After having presented all his new ship logo, Samsung is doing renovations and more discreet ads. This year it aims to that input range and the mid-range will be very disputed. Very competitive terminals seeking to differentiate themselves in specs or features such as water resistance. After seeing Xcover 3 hours ago, now it is the turn of knowing to the Galaxy Win 2.

The renewal of this terminal is rather moderate and brings us the logical changes from year to year. The more discreet transition comes with the change of the chip and pass to a Snapdragon 410 with 64-bit. The most significant change in the face of the user is found in the past, now, to the LTE connectivity. See more offers.

Better processor, camera and screen below

In design, as you can see in the photos, we have many lines of handsets of Samsung design in 2014. Some details of 2015 is emerging but it certainly has more of the former than of the latter. Its dimensions are 131 x 68.1 x 8.8 mm and weighing 130 grams.

On the screen we have the first point that indicates that we have a range of input terminal. 4.5 inches in size with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. In the processor, as said before, Snapdragon 410 with 1GB of RAM and 8 internal storage expandable with microSD cards.

Battery account with 2,000 mAh, Figure considerable and in principle sufficient to withstand a day of use. On the camera rear boasts a 5 megapixel sensor and one of 2 in the front. A leap in the case since the first Win was a VGA sensor for self-portraits and video conferencing.

At the moment will come with Android 4.4 KitKat but Samsung says that an update to Lollipop will come throughout the year, without specific date that Yes. Their first market will be Brazil and will come with a price of 250 dollars, probably the figure lower when you reach other countries because in this country the terminals are always something more expensive.