Galaxy Grand Prime+ to be the rumored Galaxy Grand Prime(2016)
Back in the month of August, we started to see a smartphone which popped up on benchmark tests and from all what we could gather on it, it looked set to be the 2016 refresh of the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime which was originally launched into the market as at 2014.
However, it turns out that what we might have been expecting would be different from what would launch because as far as the news we brought you yesterday goes, the South Korean OEM has already gone on to trademark the Galaxy Grand Prime+ and there is nothing to suggest that they are planning the former.
While there is the elimination of the possibility of the company working on two different devices for the same family at once, it has led us to believe that the one with the model number of SM-G532F that we have spotted earlier would be none other than the Galaxy Grand Prime+ reported yesterday.
Dwelling on this new naming system, we know that the device is set to launch with either a 5 inch or 5.1 inch of screen which would have a MediaTek chipset under the hood and finally, pack 1.5GB of RAM coupled to 8GB of internal storage space, all running on the Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 technology.
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