Zauba listing suggests remake of 2014’s Samsung Galaxy Prime
In the year 2014, Samsung released a device that was named Galaxy Prime and this 5 inches’ smartphone has its resolution set at 540 x 960, used a quad core CPU that was carrying 1.5GB of RAM, coupled up with an 8GB internal storage and had its cameras set at 8MP on the back and 5MP on the front, to mention but a few. In the wake of rebranding that Samsung has recently been doing on its phones, it seems that this device has also entered the race to get a 2016 remake.
Based on a report from Zauba, the device which is being tested and carries a model number SM-G523F would still be retaining its 5-inch screen but we don’t know at what resolution it would be coming this year.
Also, the rating on Zauba puts the import price of the phone at a price of $103 which although does not suggest the actual price of the device, gives an insight into suggesting that it would end up as a mid-range smartphone.
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