Samsung Galaxy Grand Max launched in South Korea for $290
Though Samsung promised to reduced the number of produced phone models in its portfolio this year, the South Korean phone maker still has to release their already-prepared devices and stuff.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Max is one of the devices we’ve seen from last year even though the smartphone officially broke cover just today. The Android 4.4 KitKat device comes with a 5.25-inch display with 720 x 1280 pixels of resolution.
In terms of power, the smartphone uses a 1.2GHz quad-core CPU, 1.5GB of RAM and has 16GB of native storage, with space for additional memory using a microSD card slot. There’s 13-megapixel camera and an additional 5MP secondary snapper in the front for taking selfies.
The Galaxy Grand Max, despite its phablet profile, is a pretty much thin device with 7.9 mm waistline thickness. The rest of the measurement reads 146 x 74.8 mm for the length x width. The body is wide enough to accommodate a 2500mAh battery with a removable back cover.
Samsung took to its native South Korea to launch the device first, packing a price tag of 319,000 Korean Won (rougly $290). The device is expected to debut in India and Russia as well.
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