Samsung today has announced the Galaxy core LTE, a mid-range smartphone geared for the European and Asian markets. The Samsung Galaxy Core LTE is a new version of the Galaxy Core which Samsung released early last year.
There’s really nothing to brag about the Galaxy Core LTE when it comes to specs and features except of course for its LTE capability. The device’s screen boasts of a 4.5-inch 540×960 qHD panel, a slightly better version of its predecessor’s 4.3-inch 480×800 WVGA screen. The same goes true for the pixel density of the display which is 245ppi as compared to the 216ppi of the Galaxy Core.
The Samsung Galaxy Core LTE will also be running Samsung’s TouchWiz UI on top of Android 4.2.2. Sorry KitKat fans, but since this is a mid-range smartphone, we doubt whether Samsung will be upgrading the OS to KitKat in the near future.
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Core seems like a pretty good mid-range smartphone perfect for those who’s not t willing to spend too much on a more powerful mobile device.
The Samsung Galaxy Core LTE will be available in white and black. No words yet on the exact release date as well as pricing.