After launching the Galaxy A7 phone yesterday for 30k, Samsung has today announced the launch of 3 new LTE devices with Android Kit Kat operating system. These new phones are upgraded Galaxy Grand Prime, Core and J1 handsets.
To remind you, Galaxy J1 was introduced in India last month. Grand and Core prime are 2 of the top Samsung phones.
As far as specifications are concerned, the quad-core 32 bits chip in Galaxy Grand, Grand Prime, and Core phones has been replaced by quad-core Snapdragon 410. To avoid over-heating, Samsung has set the CPU clock speed in each of these 3 devices at 1.2 GHz.
Grand Prime 4G has 8MP rear, 5 MP front cameras and 2600 mAh capacity battery. It has a qHD 5.0 inches touchscreen display. Galaxy Core 4G comes with a 2000 mAh battery, 2.0 MP front and 5.0 MP back camera. It packs with a WVGA 4.5 inch screen.
Both Grand and core Prime 4G phones have 8GB onboard storage memory, 64GB MicroSD card reader, and 1GB RAM. The hardware in Galaxy J1 4G remains the same but its price tag has been increased. These 3 LTE phones will start retailing in the Indian markets from next month onward. They would be priced within 9000 and 13000 Rs.
Along with the announcement of the above 3 LTE handsets, Samsung has also launched the Galaxy Max, the upgraded Galaxy Grand phone. The Samsung Grand Max has nice camera specifications and it is available on Snapdeal.com for Rs 15600.
This handset is loaded with a 5.25 inch capacitive IPS touchscreen display. The phone’s 5 megapixels front camera supports wide selfie mode in which users can capture every object within 120 degrees in pictures. This is a good feature as it allows you to capture group selfies.
This Samsung phone has an FHD 13 megapixels back camera, 720 pixels screen resolution, and 2500 mAh battery. Unlike the other handsets mentioned in this article and despite having Snapdragon 410, Grand Max doesn’t support 4G-LTE connectivity.