Samsung appears to be prepping another Galaxy branded smartphone. The latest is the GT-I8552, which has also been dubbed the Galaxy Win. This one will be another with dual-SIM card support and the leak is coming by way of Vietnam. Specifically, the Galaxy Win has been spotted on the Vietnamese language MaiNguyen site.
As we have yet to hear anything direct from Samsung, the details are subject to change. Basically, as of now the Galaxy Win is expected to arrive in May. So far it looks like this will not be a widespread release though, with availability pegged for those in Vietnam. Nonetheless, given the dual-SIM card support, we could see the handset make its way into additional markets.
The specs include a 4.7-inch Super AMOLED display with a less-than-ideal resolution of 800 x 480. Otherwise, the Galaxy Win will arrive sporting a VGA quality front-facing camera, 5 megapixel rear-facing camera, microSD card slot, 2000 mAh battery and Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. While the processor has been pegged as a quad-core 1.2GHz, there is some speculation as to which Snapdragon is being used.
Some reports suggest a Snapdragon S4 while others suggest a Snapdragon 200. The latter processor, the Snapdragon 200 would tie in a bit nicer with the graphics, which is said to be Adreno 203. All said and done, the Samsung Galaxy Win doesn't appear like it will be a high-end device, however given a low price point and it should make a nice addition to the ever-growing Samsung lineup.