Samsung is not yet done with its Galaxy S4 smartphone as an alleged new ‘lite’ variant, the device rumoured to be the Samsung Galaxy S4 Value Edition, has been spotted at the Bluetooth SIG certification authority.
Samsung, besides giving some final touches to its Galaxy S5, is reportedly working on the Galaxy S4 Value Edition, which is said to come in more colour variants and would be running on Android 4.4.2 Kitkat OS out of the box.
The device spotted at the Bluetooth SIG certification site is codenamed SM-I9515, the Galaxy S4 Value Edition handset will reportedly feature a 5-inch full HD screen and a 1.9GHz Snapdragon 600 processor. The Galaxy S4 Value Edition will also arrive in Black, White, Brown, Pink, Purple, Red and Blue colour-variants. It is also possible that the smartphone might also sport a faux-leather back panel, seen previously on the Samsung Galaxy S4 Black Edition, Galaxy Grand 2 and Galaxy Note 3.
Talking about Samsung Galaxy S4, the firm on Tuesday, added its fourth new variant for its existing Galaxy Core smartphone dubbed as Samsung Galaxy Core 4G.
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.