7-inch Galaxy W makes debut in Korea


With a 7-inch smart phone/tablet passing through the FCC last week, it was only a matter of time before we saw the release of this monstrosity. Well, it seems that today is the day as the Galaxy W smart tablet (phone?) made its debut in Korea. The Samsung device packs a 720p resolution, a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory. Given that its running Touchwiz, you’ll probably only see about 9-10GB of that being usable. Luckily though the device packs a microSD card slot. It also has an 8MP rear shooter and a 2MP front camera. It comes with a large 3,200 mAh battery. Instead of Android 4.4 though, it comes with Jelly Bean (4.3).

The device sells for 499,400 KRW — about $487 dollars — in Korea. It’s available in white, black or red. There’s no word on whether or not it’ll make its way to the US. Does a 7-inch smartphone entice any of you out there?

source: underKG

  • Rodrigo Gómez Molina


  • ZBlade

    The guy who looks like he is taking a phone call, actually puts me off buying this, but saying that, Note 3 is perfect :D.

    • ShapesBlue5

      Yea I have the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and overseas it has a modem and is used as a phone. I can’t see putting a 7″ tablet to your ear and using it as a phone

  • EM

    Most are using bluetooth; you are all fools who call this a monstronsity. It is what I will be getting. Now I have no need a tablet and a phone. Cheaper, simpler.