Samsung acquires trademark for the Galaxy Grand Prime+ in home country
In South Korea, Samsung has applied for and have been granted the trademark and rights to the naming of their upcoming Galaxy Grand Prime+ smartphone and even if this trademark listing didn’t give us much to go on for this smartphone, we are well aware that it would carry a quad core processor that would be able to reach a max clock speed of 1.4GHz, a pretty small 1.5GB of RAM given what we have in the market these days and also, run the Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 out of the box.
Previously, we have spotted this device on the Geekbench benchmark and having already gotten its Wi-Fi certification, we can be rest assured with the news that Samsung is cooking up something else, even though it might not launch elaborately.
Given that we don’t know much about this one, we are expecting it to be a massive upgrade over the original Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime that launched in 2014which had 5 inch of screen and under the hood packed a snapdragon 410 chipset.
It also made use of the same 1.5GB of RAM as this new one is supposed to come with and had an 8MP rear shooter which drew power from the main 2600mAh battery unit.
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