You may remember the Samsung Galaxy Premier that was announced back in October last month. The phone has a 4.65-inch, HD Super AMOLED display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 8 megapixel camera and Android Jelly Bean, and is essentially a variation of Google's Galaxy Nexus, also manufactured by Samsung.
The phone has now gone on sale in Taiwan, where it is being sold in a new color called Titanium Gray, as seen above. The phone is now available for purchase for 15,900 Taiwanese Dollars, which is approximately US$549. The phone is expected to go on sale shortly in other Asian markets.
You can get some details hands-on pictures and videos and some benchmark scores in the link below.
HTC have to premiere their phones in Korea. why these people chose home town of HTC to release their product?
what the F######$$$$ dual core compared price to quadcore your rigth that was so over kill price samsung has well known this days thats why all of thier crap android mid range phone they sell it too high from thier spec coz they are hot right now pat...