Upcoming Samsung Galaxy Prime 2016 edition has been spotted on Geekbench and will include a quad-core processor and 1.5GB RAM.
The South Korean electronics giant has been busy refreshing the Galaxy line over the past few months and the latest handset to get an update seems to be the budget orientated Samsung Galaxy Prime handset.
Samsung Galaxy Prime 2016 edition leak reveals a little bit more…
A listing on Geekbench dubbed ‘SM-G532F’ seems to confirm this, as the original Galaxy Prime carried the model number SM-G531. The results reveal that the handset will include the latest Android 6.0.1 operating system, plus 1.5GB RAM. The 1.44GHz processor looks to be one of the low-power offerings, though it will be quad-core in design.
A device similar to this recently linked on Zauba, India’s import and export data website. That leak revealed that it would ship with a higher resolution 1280 x 720 panel and a Snapdragon 410 processor. The new rumours seem to mostly echo this.
The Samsung Galaxy Prime is part of a cheaper handset range typically aimed at emerging markets such as India. it’s unlikely that we will ever see it in the UK.
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