Samsung Announces Low-End Galaxy Core, a 4.3-inch Smartphone with Optional Dual-SIM

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galaxycoreSamsung is following up their flagship launch with some handsets for those who want in on the company’s latest generation devices but need not the high-end specs of the Galaxy S4. We heard word of the mid-range Galaxy Mega 6.3 and 5.8 smartphones in early April and on Monday we have received confirmation of a 4.3-inch Galaxy Core to join the line-up

The Galaxy Core will allegedly pack hardly-impressive specifications compared to it’s Galaxy brethren on the market, though with a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8GB internal storage drive and a microSD-input to expand content space, it’s not exactly a laughable device either.

Samsung’s Galaxy Core is said to run the company’s Touchwiz UX atop Jelly Bean OS and to include a 5-megapixel rear camera with an LED flash and a VGA front-facing shooter as well.

A highlight of the Core is a rumored dual-SIM card ability for those who wish to use the device on two carriers with two different plans. With the Galaxy Core, they can just swap out the cards in exchange for the other at will.

We’re unsure of a planned release date or of pricing information, but we’ll let you know as we find out.


<Source: Engadget>

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  • Pawan

    Whoaa! again the same design. Samsung should work on designs now. Its getting bore. But this device’s features and price tag is impressive.

    • Matthew Marchesano

      You got that right Pawan. The design can use some more flare. But if the price is right, well, you know what they say…