Samsung Galaxy 10.1 LTE and Galaxy Ace Plus to hit Korean market
Samsung Electronics announced on the 19th that Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE—the 4G version upgraded with new features—would be consecutively released via three major Korean mobile carriers. Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE simultaneously supports the voice call, video, and data transmission with the latest LTE technology such as VoLTE (Voice over LTE) and Multi Carrier, which is five times faster than the previous 3G technology. Equipped with a slew of new features, Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE runs on the latest Android OS Jelly Bean.
Samsung Electronics releases mid-range Galaxy Ace Plus (SHW-M460D) from its popular Galaxy line, the second contract-free mobile phone available on supermarkets and retail outlets, following Galaxy M Style (SHW-M340D). Although the entry-level handset Galaxy M Style was released again as a no contract phone, Galaxy Ace Plus is significant in that it is the first to be introduced on the market as a mobile phone not bound by 2 year phone contract. Galaxy Ace Plus offers 3.65 inch HVGA display, stylish curvaceous design, and a 5 mega pixel camera for practical-minded consumers.
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