wgw2 Upcoming Galaxy W smartphone shows off its (white) rear

Samsung may have announced its plans to release a chunk of new additions to its bestselling Galaxy line of smartphones, but one aspect which the Korean electronics giant has seemingly kept mum on is about the availability of various colour choices for the new smartphones, if at all. And as luck would have it, it seems that at least one such product in Samsung's new lineup will come with additional colour choices, especially if the image of a white Galaxy W is of any indication.

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Remember the news about Samsung reportedly planning to release a whole bunch of new additions to its Galaxy line of smartphones? Well, some details about a Galaxy W were also included in Samsung's plans, namely the fact that the upcoming smartphone will be powered by a processor that is clocked at 1.4GHz, and that it will be reportedly sport a HSDPA modem that is capable of transfer speeds of up to 14.4Mbps, but nothing about its design and colour were mentioned. That is set to change though, now that images of what appears to be a white Galaxy W have started circulating online.

wgw2 Upcoming Galaxy W smartphone shows off its (white) rear

According to Engadget, the images of the white Galaxy W smartphone, which were retrieved from a website known as Mai Nguyen, shows off the smartphone's backside in remarkably decent detail (i.e. non Blurrycam). In addition, it seems that the white version of the Galaxy W will not feature any major changes from the original save for cosmetic details, and as such will retain the same processor and HSDPA modem, along with a five megapixel rear camera and a 3.7-inch display capable of WVGA resolutions.

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wgw Upcoming Galaxy W smartphone shows off its (white) rear

No other details about the Gakaxy W have been released at this point of time.

Source: Mai Nguyen via Engadget