Samsung SM-G110 is a QWERTY keyboard phone with 3.3″ 240×320 screen?
Samsung has got it’s hands dirty on a device which will look like BlackBerry Bold 9900 but with pretty lower specs and Android OS — practically something like a Tecno D1.
The Samsung SM-G110 was spotted running on Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS on a 1GHz single-core processor, based on a ARM Cortex-A7.
We didn’t manage to get a picture of the device but we know it’s currently in India where it’s currently undergoing R&D.
Now the screen of the device as the document reveals is a 3.3-inch (likely touchscreen) display with 240 x 320 pixels of resolution.
If the SM-G110 isn’t a full QWERTY-keyboard phone as we suspect then it might the 2014 version of the Samsung Galaxy Pocket, with the Galaxy Pocket lineup being a line of entry-level devices with screens no more than 3 inches.
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