Samsung launches Galaxy Core Prime (SM-G360) in India starting from $151
The Samsung Galaxy Core Prime was first discovered earlier this month when the innards of smartphone was tweeted by an Indian retailer. And now, the phone has finally been launched, packing everything we expected it to.
For pricing, the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime (SM-G360) is listed on Amazon India and eBay India for INR 10,200 ($164) and INR 9,380 ($151) respectively. This version is equipped with a dual SIM slot as well as LTE and 3G.
The Samsung Galaxy Core Prime holds together a 4.5″ WVGA IPS touchscreen, 1GB of RAM, 1.2GHz quad-core CPU, 8GB of storage (expandable by up to 64GB microSD card), a 5-megapixel main camera, 0.3MP selfie unit and a 2000mAh battery.
In the United States, Boost Mobile is expected to offer the single SIM variant of the device as we’ve seen a SM-G360P variant of the smartphone approved at FCC with the carrier’s branding.
You may also like
Lenovo releases Marshmallow update calendar for its smartphones
Huawei India launches the 5.5-inch G7 Plus with 13MP camera and fingerprint scanner
OnePlus X up for sale via Amazon in India
Intex Aqua Q7 with 3G support goes official sporting a 4.5″ FWVGA screen
Moto G Turbo unvieled in Mexico, to be available November 13
- Samsung launches the Galaxy C9 Pro in India, reveals specs and pricing options
- Samsung launches the new Coral Blue Galaxy S7 Edge in India
- Samsung launches Upgrade Progam in South Korea to compensate Note 7 users
- New poster suggests Samsung launches the C9 Pro tomorrow, not C9
- Samsung launches the Galaxy On Nxt in India, packs 5.5 inch screen and 3GB RAM