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Samsung renames Galaxy Premier as Galaxy Pop for its multi-colored Korean debut

Daniel Cooper, @danielwcooper
January 30, 2013
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Premier League, Premier Cru, Premier Inn, all names which exude class and distinction, but presumably have little traction in Samsung's home of Korea. It's there that the company has decided to re-brand the Galaxy Premier as the Galaxy Pop, marketing the smartphone in a variety of kid-friendly colors like gray and orange. Samsung's also dialing the CPU down from 1.4GHz, compared to the 1.5GHz chip we saw in the international version -- but otherwise remains the same handset we've already seen. It's priced at 700,000 won (around $645) and comes with a free flip cover thrown in.

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