Samsung is working on a new Galaxy Grand Prime 2016 smartphone that should be released very soon. The phone was first spotted on India’s Zauba carrying model number SM-G532F, however, back then, little was known about which handset this was.
Now, there is a new leak that has surfaced from the famous benchmarking site Geekbench. Apparently, it has now been confirmed that a Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime 2016 is in the works, although the Korean tech giant has yet to say a thing about this mid-ranger. Still, the phone should be released sometimes later this year, and now we have an idea of what specs and features Samsung will pack in the handset.
As expected, Samsung will bump up almost everything you know about the current Galaxy Grand Prime. For starters, the phone was first listed to come with a 5-inch HD display screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. Under the hood, the Geekbench leaks show that Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime 2016 will come with a quad-core processor that has a speed of 1.44GHz and is supported by a RAM of 1.5GB. To make the phone even more attractive to the masses, Samsung will ship it with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box.
The current Galaxy Grand Prime has the same screen size of 5 inches a quad-core processor with a clock speed of 1.2GHz and a RAM of 1GB. You also get a rear snapper of 8MP and a front shooter of 5MP, a combination that could possibly be retained as far as the cameras of the Galaxy Grand Prime 2016 are concerned.
There is no word on when Samsung will actually unveil this Galaxy Grand Prime phone. However, the handset joins the likes of Samsung Galaxy On5 2016 and Galaxy On7 2016 that are also being lined up for global releases. However, these two are better-equipped in terms of specs and features as opposed to the Galaxy Grand Prime 2016.