Samsung has released a range of Android and BadaOS phones around the world, Â all named under the new naming scheme which makes it easier to identify which phone does what by looking at the name alone.
Now, when you hear about a Samsung Galaxy phone, this is what the letters in the name mean: Â S Â means Super Smart Â and denotes a flagship device, while Â R Â stands for Royal Â or Refined Â, and denotes a premium model, just below the S class. Â W Â stands for Wonder Â, which translates to a high quality, mid-level device; Â M Â means Magical Â and denotes a mid-to-low-level smartphone, while Â Y Â stands for Young Â, meaning an entry-level device.
Additionaly, Â Pro Â indicates the device includes a physical QWERTY keyboard, Â Plus Â means the device is an upgrade from an existing model, while Â LTE Â means that the device supports LTE (Long-Term Evolution) standard, which enables very fast data transfer.
This makes our job easier: if we tell you that Samsung has released four new Android smartphones: Galaxy W, Galaxy M Pro, Galaxy Y and Galaxy Y Pro, you already know what that means, right?
We’ll add some details, though: The Galaxy W sports a respectable 1.4 GHz Processor, HSDPA connectivity and a 3.7? touch screen. Samsung hasn’t revealed the precise specs of the other three devices, except a couple of tidbits here and there: the Galaxy Y is powered by a 832MHz CPU, while the Galaxy M Pro is very thin at only 9.97 mm.
Isn’t it simple to identify now?