According to reports, Korean smartphone giant Samsung has launched an advanced 4G variant of its 2014 smartphone Galaxy Grand Prime in the Russian Market with a new name ‘Galaxy J2 Prime’ . In the other markets it may be named as ‘Galaxy Grand Prime+’ and the all the list of specifications will be out soon.
The Galaxy J2 Prime is costing RUB 9,990 (around Rs. 10,200 in India) in Russia. Whereas its predecessor ‘Galaxy Grand Prime’ was launched in India at Rs. 15,499.
Information on Russian e-commerce portal Online Trade reports that the smartphone doesn’t boast many changes apart from the position of LED flash, front camera sensor, and spotted back cover. Rest the design of the phone is pretty similar to other Samsung smartphones.
Specification wise, the touted Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+ comes with a 5 inch display with a resolution of 540x960 pixels. Armed with 1.5 GB of RAM, the phone is powered by a MediaTek quad-core processor.
In the Russian market the phone comes with storage of 8 GB but reports suggest that it may come with 16GB and 32GB variant in other markets. However it can be further extended up to 256 GB with the help of a microSD card.
Grand Prime+ features an 8-megapixel rear shooter with a LED flash while the front camera is loaded with a 5 megapixel lens with a LED flash here too. The device runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and packs a 2600mAh battery which can last up to 8 hours.
The smartphone is 4G enabled with LTE support and Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity.
On its availability in Indian market, it is still unclear that when the Korean smartphone will make Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+ available in India.