A new Galaxy device surfaced in Brazil today going by the name of Galaxy S II TV. The name is interesting because Samsung is using the name of a device that was originally launched in 2011. The TV suffix is due to the integration of ISDB-T for live TV, which Samsung has tried in the past. However, if you keep the TV feature aside, the device you’re looking at is nothing but a dual-SIM version of Galaxy Ace 3.
The specs remain unchanged like a 1GHz dual-core processor, 4-inch WVGA display, dual-SIM support, 5MP camera, front-facing VGA camera, microSD card and 1500mAh battery.
The phone will also sport some new Samsung UI features like S Translator, S Travel, Sound & Shot, Smart Stay, S Voice, Best Photo and Buddy Photo Share.
There’s no info on the price or availability but don’t expect it to be available outside Brazil.