$82-priced Samsung Galaxy V Plus is for non-heavy smartphone users
Another day another Galaxy you can say. Samsung has introduced an entry-level smartphone to follow up with their last year’s single-core Galaxy V budget handset.
The new Samsung Galaxy V Plus SM-G318H comes with an additional CPU core — a 1.2GHz dual-core processor of an unknown make. The handset packs two micro SIM card slots with support for 2G and 3G WCDMA connectivity.
A TFT 4″ WVGA touchscreen renders the display of an $82-priced device aimed at non-heavy users. The phone comes with a 3MP primary camera with LED flash and a front-facing VGA secondary camera.
The Galaxy V Plus has a 0.5GB RAM and 32GB microSD card slot even though you’ll get a built-in 4GB storage by default. Under the removable plastic back cover, there’s a 1,500mAh capacity which can withstand 8 hours of talk time, according to the Korean phone maker.
So tell us, is grandma expecting a Samsung Galaxy V Plus from you anytime soon?
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