Samsung seems to be ready to release a brand new Android smartphone in Europe with a 5.8-inch display. According to Sammobile, Samsung recently purchased the trademark for "Fonblet" in order to use it as the name of their brand new mobile.
The 5.8-inch display will make it look more like a tablet and that's why its name seems to be realistic. What's more, Fonblet will look like Samsung Galaxy Player 5.8, which has only been released in Korea. However, this release, which is destined only for Europe, seems to be more than a media player and more than a smartphone.
It is rumored to support DUAL-SIM, it will run Android 4.1.2/4.2.1 and it will only be released in white. The big challenge for Samsung will be persuading the customers to buy the "Fonblet" as they did with Galaxy Note II, when others considered it too big for a phone.
Smartphones are increasing in size lately and this has created two opposite sides of customers. These types of phablets (which are something between a phone and a tablet) should be impressive enough to make us buy them and choose them over a phone or a tablet.
For the time being, we do not know any other details about "Galaxy Fonblet" but if the rumors are true, we'll know everything about it quite soon.
After all, Samsung seems to be more than stable on the market lately, with a 23% percent of demand on Samsung smartphones in the first month of 2013, which makes it quite easier for them to conquer the market once again. They don't have the luxury for any mistake and with the loyalty of the customers being increased, all they have to do is justify the demand.
[image: Galaxy Player 5.8]