Samsung has confirmed that the company will soon roll out a marketing campaign for its upcoming smartphone Samsung Galaxy R, originally named as Galaxy Z.
According to tech website CNET, South Korea-based Samsung Corporation, one of the leading global consumer electronics maker on Thursday announced that Galaxy R will be promoted and marketed in the United Kingdom.
Galaxy R also dubbed as a smaller version of company’s another successful model Galaxy S II boasts of a 4.19in Super Clear LCD touchscreen, Nvidia's Tegra 2 processor and is powered by Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread Operating System.
"Samsung's newest super phone shows off Tegra's multimedia power, and is a great example of what consumers expect from one of the world's top phone makers." General Manager of mobile business division at Nvidia, Michael Rayfield said.
Samsung at the unveiling of Galaxy R in July had denied about any plans to launch the phone in the UK.
The news has come a few days after Samsung faced an injunction from a German court to ban the sale of its Galaxy Tab in the countries across the European Union. The injunction is the result of a lawsuit filed by Apple Inc. accusing Samsung for infringing upon its patent technology for iPad to develop Galaxy Tab.