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Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus with Dual SIM support goes official

ByinAnnouncements | January 24, 2015

Galaxy Grand Neo PlusThere is no doubt that Samsung loves releasing alternatives to their existing handsets. No surprise then that the company has just officially announced a new Dual-SIM variant of its Galaxy Grand Neo Plus released last year. The smartphone is Samsung’s another budget sector offering equipped with nothing more but standard hardware parameters that surely won’t impress any tech maniacs. Dressed in traditional black and white, the phone has just hit India and several European markets labeled with a price tag being an equivalent of something round $190.

Galaxy Grand Neo Plus Dual-SIM Phone

Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo PlusDebuting a year after the Grand Neo, the Grand Neo Plus Dual-SIM phone comes with a 5-inch display featuring 480x800p resolution and a 1.2GHz quad-core Broadcom processor paired with 1GB RAM and 8GB of expandable built-in storage. As for optic parameters, the smartphone offers its user a 5-megapixel rear camera with a LED flash accompanied by a 2-megapixel front-facing shooter.

Being powered by a 2,100 mAh battery, the Galaxy Grand Neo Plus supports HSPA+ connectivity and works on Android 4.4 Kitkat with Samsung’s own TouchWiz UI installed on the top of it, which means that its future users will get software enhancements, including Smart Selfie, Palm Selfie, Ultra-power saving mode and many more.

When it comes to pricing, the phone may seem to cost a bit too much as for the specs it offers, and since it is supposed to target budget conscious audience, costing almost 200 bucks, it doesn’t appear to be much of a serious rival for other affordable and far more advanced budget-friendly handsets.

Launched straight after Galaxy Grand Max, the Grand Neo Plus Dual-SIM phone is a second Samsung’s smartphone released in 2015 as a member of Galaxy Grand lineup. At this point, the phone is reported to be available in various European markets like Italy and Spain, as well as in India. As for expansion of its availability, so far the company hasn’t made any official announcement confirming the global premiere of the device. Another questions is whether anyone waits for next said to be budget phone whose allegedly affordable price is a bit to high as for hardware parameters it offers?

source: Samsung

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