Samsung has added its fourth new variant for its existing Galaxy Core smartphone dubbed as Samsung Galaxy Core 4G, which will now be able to support 4G LTE networks.
The Samsung Galaxy Core 4G’s price has not yet been revealed, though Samsung did announce the smartphone will soon be available in Europe, Russia and some parts in Asia.
Featuring the model number SM-G386F, the Galaxy Core 4G runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS out-of-the-box with no word on where it will receive an Android 4.4 KitKat update. The smartphone’s screen size and quality, as compared to its first-gen Galaxy Core handset, is bumped up from 4.3-inch display with WVGA resolution to 4.5-inch PLS display with qHD resolution.
The Galaxy Core 4G is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor paired with 1GB of RAM. The camera connectivity options include a 5-meapixel rear and a VGA front-facing camera. With a built-in 8GB storage, users can expand it up to 64GB via microSD card.
The handset, besides LTE connectivity, will also support, GPS, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 2.0 and NFC. The Galaxy Core LTE will be backed by a 2,100mAh battery and will be available in Black and White. The device will also feature Samsung’s Motion UI, Google+, Google Talk, Google Maps and the firm’s native ChatOn messaging service.
The Galaxy Core 4G is sized at 132.9 x 66.3 x 9.8 mm in dimensions, which makes it slightly thicker than the first-gen Galaxy Core (129.30 x 67.60 x 8.95).
Before the introduction of Galaxy Core 4G, the Korean tech firm has also introduced Galaxy Core,Galaxy Core Advance and Galaxy Core Plus.