Samsung, in an attempt to cash in the popularity of its Galaxy Grand mid-range smartphone series, seems all set to introduce a new device dubbed Galaxy Grand Neo, claims a new report.
SammyHub has purportedly revealed the specifications of the Samsung’s rumoured Galaxy Grand Neo smartphone, which interestingly seem to fit the previously-rumoured Galaxy Grand Lite, and might very well be the same phone.
According to the site, the alleged Galaxy Grand Neo will come with a 5-inch WVGA (800×480 pixel) display, with no word on the screen technology, and a 1.2GHz quad-core A7 processor, which the site claims is similar to the one found on the Galaxy Grand 2.
Further, the site suggests that the alleged Galaxy Grand Neo will run Android 4.3 with Samsung’s high-end smartphone feature ‘Multi Window’. On the design front, the site speculates that the rear panel of the rumoured Galaxy Grand Neo will feature a soft-touch back, as seen before on Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Grand 2. In addition, the site expects the price of the alleged Galaxy Grand Neo to be below Galaxy Grand 2’s price.
As of now, not many details about other specifications of the reported Galaxy Grand Neo like RAM, battery, camera and dual-SIM functionality have been revealed.
As mentioned above, an earlier report had also indicated that Samsung is also working on a ‘Lite’ variant of the Galaxy Grand, believed to be called Galaxy Grand Lite.
Rumoured specifications of the alleged Galaxy Grand Lite includes a 5-inch display with a resolution of 480×800 pixels; dual-SIM support; 5-megapixel rear camera; VGA front-facing camera; 1.2GHz quad-core processor; 1GB of RAM and microSD card support. Further, the rumoured Galaxy Grand Lite will supposedly come in three colour variants – Black, Lime Green and Orange.
In December, Samsung finally launched the Galaxy Grand 2 in India. However, the company is yet-to-announce the final price of the smartphone, though it did give a tentative price range between Rs. 22,900 and Rs. 24,900.