At the start of last month, we reported that Samsung is working on a new version of the Galaxy Grand Prime, as the smartphone had just appeared on Indian import export agency site, Zauba. Now it seems that the smartphone has just received Wi-Fi certification and its name has been revealed.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+ has just received Wi-Fi certification, as spotted by SamMobile. The smartphone will carry the code name SM-G532F. The listing doesn’t provide many details on the device’s specs, but previous rumors mention that it will run a 1.4GHz quad-core processor and have 1.5GB of RAM.
It will also come with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box and have a 5-inch display. There are no details on the smartphone’s design or even the launch date, so there’s no way of telling when the device will be announced and made available for purchase. It’s also unclear in whic… (read more)
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