Samsung's Galaxy Young (pictured above) is the more compact of the two new smartphones and has a 3.27 inch touch-screen display (320x480 pixels). The affordable smartphone is powered by a 1 GHz single-core processor and has 768MB of RAM.
The Galaxy Young has 4GB of on-board memory which is expandable by another 64GB by inserting a microSD card. While, the smartphone also has a 3 mega-pixel camera and supports 3G and WiFi, Bluetooth.
The Samsung Galaxy Fame (pictured above) has a slightly larger 3.5 inch touch-screen running at the same 320*480 pixel resolution. While it also comes with an improved 5 mega-pixel camera with LED Flash and has a front-facing VGA camera.
Just like the Galaxy Young the Galaxy Fame runs on Android Jelly Bean , is powered by a 1 GHz processor and has 4GB of on-board memory. However, the RAM is slightly lower at 512MB although it does come with optional NFC support in addition to 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity.
Both the Samsung Galaxy Fame and the Galaxy Young are expected to be showcased at the Mobile World Congress at the end of this month. At the current time we don't have details on their price or the exact launch date , but as soon as 3G hear more we'll let you know.
By Simon Thomas on 05th February, 2013