Samsung Galaxy W price in Malaysia & Specs for February, 2019

When you want to go big but pay small, you go for the Samsung Galaxy W. With a massive 7-inch display and a large battery, you can do more with the Galaxy W! Read more below!

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When you want to go big but pay small, you go for the Samsung Galaxy W. With a massive 7-inch display and a large battery, you can do more with the Galaxy W! Read more below!

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The Mobile World Congress (a.k.a MWC) 2018, one of the biggest events in the mobile industry has just recently ended last Friday in Barcelona. As we look back at the festivities, MWC this year felt a little underwhelming, probably because Samsung stole the show before the event even officially began with the launch of the Galaxy S9. Nevertheless, the show still had its fair share of highlights that is worth talking about. Hence, below are some of the most notable handsets that were seen last week.

Samsung smartphones are typically recognised as being the best Android phones on the market. After weeks of speculations, the Galaxy S9 has officially been launched during the Samsung Unpacked event held ahead of the Mobile World Congress last Sunday. On paper, the device looks like the new flagship phone to beat, setting new benchmarks and world’s-firsts.

2017 has been a great year for South Korean smartphone manufacturers, Samsung as it managed to regain its reputation as the top brand in the industry with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 smartphones. The company is planning to leverage on the momentum it has built by releasing its next flagship, the Galaxy S9.

Samsung Galaxy W Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateJun 2009
Processor frequency0.528 GHz
Display diagonal8.13 cm (3.2")
Display resolution320 x 480 pixels
Display typeAMOLED
Weight & dimensions
Width115 mm
Depth56 mm
Height11.9 mm
2G standardsEDGE,GPRS
Bluetooth version2.0+EDR
Rear camera typeSingle camera
Rear camera flashYes
Auto focusYes
Built-in cameraYes
Battery capacity1500 mAh
Form factorBar
Colour of productBlack
FM radioNo
Audio formats supportedAAC,AAC+,MP3,WMA

Samsung Galaxy W Malaysia

Tablet? Smartphone? Phablet.

Even if its on a table, the Samsung Galaxy W is massive. Like, super massive. With a massive display that measures 7 inches diagonally, the Galaxy W errs closer to a tablet than a phablet smartphone. Many people would not see a use for a very large display on their everyday smartphone, but there are those who benefits greatly with a large display.

Take for example a media freak who loves catching up on the greatest television shows and love going on super long movie marathons, they would definitely appreciate a large yet pocketable display, and the Samsung Galaxy W fits that type of need almost perfectly! Even some of the older users could appreciate the use of a larger display as it would definitely help with the viewing of the menus and navigation through the smartphone users could appreciate the use of a larger display. There is a slight downfall to this massive size, however, as it would be a little unwieldy to keep in pants pockets.

High Definition Display

The Samsung Galaxy W's large 7-inch display is plenty bright and delivers very rich colors for most media viewing and gaming applications. The large display is especially useful in mobile gaming applications as it the games typically feature on-screen controls that take up a little bit more space on the display. A large 7-inch display such as that of the Galaxy W's has a lot of additional space that can fit the on-screen controls and still have generous screen real estate to view your games.

The large display has a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels, which translates to a High Definition resolution wth 210 pixels per inch (ppi) on the display. This means that images and text on the display appears with great clarity and better color replication.

To make it an even more suitable smartphone for media lovers, the Samsung Galaxy W comes with a large battery that is rated at 3200 mAh, which means that you can do more for longer periods of time. To store all of your favourite applications and media, it comes with an internal storage of 16GB, which is fortunately expandable with a microSD car of up to 64 GB.

Reviews of Samsung Galaxy W
Reviewed on 2009-12-20
Good OLED display, Solid build quality, 8GB of builtin storage, Above average photo and call quality, Usual Android web and app strengths,
Strictly average design, Stuck on Android 1.5 for now, Video quality soso.
For Samsung, 2009 will likely be remembered as the year when the company realized its devotion to the "old guard" of smartphones -- Symbian and Windows Mobile -- was failing. With the Android-based Galaxy, the company has leapt back into the modern era...
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Reviewed on 2009-11-05
We didn’t have any problems with the i7500’s reception quality, and its earpiece was loud enough. Plus the phone’s speaker outputted pretty decent volume – at the top settings you won’t miss a call even in a train or on a very busy street. While the v...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-25
Samsung’s new i7500 Galaxy makes it the first manufacturer after HTC to enter the Android game, and it does so with a fairly feature-rich phone. Exclusive to O2 in the UK, the Galaxy is a sleek proposition, but is it enough to consider the Koreans fir...
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Reviewed on 2009-08-08
Really good display, The thinnest Android handset to date, Good camera quality, 3.5mm jack, 8GB builtin memory
Mediocre incall quality, Unhandy navigational buttons, Nothing new in terms of the interface, Video capture at low resolutions and quality
The first dare-devil to boldly venture into the Android universe was the , also known as the HTC Dream. He was a lonely explorer at first, but one of his younger siblings, the HTC Magic was soon to come and help out (aka T-Mobile myTouch 3G in USA and ...
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Reviewed on 2009-06-03
Video review: Samsungs upcoming and first Google Android smartphone, the GT-I7500 Galaxy, is expected to be released within the next few weeks or so and Samsung definitely built an Android masterpiece. Running on Android 1.5 code-named Cupcake the Sam...
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Reviewed on 2009-06-03
Samsungs upcoming and first Google Android smartphone, the GT-I7500 Galaxy, is expected to be released within the next few weeks or so and Samsung definitely built an Android masterpiece. Running on Android 1.5 code-named Cupcake the Samsung Galaxy is...
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Reviewed on 2009-10-13
Samsung Galaxy Icon: part of the growing Android army. Samsung has tried to pack some extra punch into the Android platform with the Galaxy, fitting it out with a 5-megapixel camera, advanced display technology and plenty of storage. The Galaxy is ...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-07
Sleek design , 8GB storage and 3.5mm headphone socket , HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS , Android Cupcake OS installed
Bad battery life , Poor multimedia support , Touchscreen isn't as responsive as we'd like
We've been looking forward to this; finally a second manufacturer has released an Android phone in Australia. This is nothing against HTC, mind you, we've so far, but with competition comes innovation and we want to see the next generation of And...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-04
AMOLED display, 3.5mm headphone jack, 8GB internal memory with microSD, Android OS, responsive and slick, access to Android market, good Web browser
Annoying screen lock key, colour shift when viewing screen off-centre, no major tweaks to standard Android UI, regular e-mail client is mediocre, no multitouch
The first Samsung mobile phone to run Googles Android operating system, the Galaxy Icon smartphone is a strong competitor to the HTC Magic and possesses a brilliant AMOLED display. Although the Galaxy Icon is fast and functional, its disappointing that Samsung hasnt tweaked the standard Android user interface. The Samsung Galaxy Icon smartphone is a similar size to the HTC Magic. It is housed in a glossy black case that attracts plenty of fingerprints but look slick. The Galaxy Icon lacks th
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