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Samsung Galaxy S Advance: Curvaceous new body meets dual-core power

What have we got here – the latest addition to the Samsung Galaxy S family? It certainly looks that way with the Samsung Galaxy S Advance being a specced up Samsung Galaxy S expected to be announced at MWC this coming February.

Featuring a bumped up 1GHz dual-core processor inside, perhaps more exciting than the innards is the overall design, with much of the styling borrowing heavily from the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, it appears to have a curved glass fascia and a minimalistic physical button set.

Expected to arrive with a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, WVGA resolution, as well as a 5-megapixel camera capable of 720p video capture, the Samsung Galaxy S Advance won’t be a revolutionary phone, but given its attractive styling and the addition of 6GB of on-board memory, not to mention the ability to get the upgrade to Android 4.0 (given its dual-core power), it certainly has its charms.

We look forward to giving you a more in-depth hands on next month at MWC in Barcelona, however in the meantime, enjoy the video below which takes you through the UI in pretty extensive detail.

Source: GSM Arena Via: Sammy Hub

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