Galaxy Grand Prime+ With MediaTek SoC Spotted Online: Specs And Features


Samsung’s successor phone Galaxy Grand Prime 2016 or Galaxy Grand Prime Plus has been spotted on AnTuTu benchmarking site, revealing its key features. The successor to Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime could be the first smartphone to run MediaTek processor. Here is every single detail on what the new Prime Plus variant is coming with in its hardware specifications.

It was thought Samsung would launch its Grand Prime-series smartphones for the following year, and there’s another smartphone left due to debut. New member to the Grand Prime range is rumored as the Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) or could be launched as Galaxy Grand Prime+, should be an entry-level handset.

Just before the official announcement, that damn smartphone has been surfaced on benchmarking website, showing off its key features. The listing reveals the smartphone is coming with the power of the cheaper MediaTek MT6737T quad-core CPU coupled with a Mali-T720 GPU, 2GB of RAM.

With that said, the upcoming Galaxy Grand Prime successor is also believed to be the first smartphone from Samsung to run MediaTek processor. Bears with the model number SM-G532F, the unannounced smartphone is featuring a display resolution of 960 x 540 pixels screen, includes 32GB of internal storage. On the photography sensor unit, the rumored Galaxy Prime+ (aka Galaxy Prime 2016) is also sporting an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 5MP on its front for selfies.

On the software front, the aforementioned device will ship with Android Marshmallow version 6.0.1 out-of-the-box, which is also expected to receive Andrid 7.0 Nougat update later on.

While the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) variant will feature a 5-inch HD display (1280×720 pixels), though. AnTuTu listing hints at lower qHD resolution and the other specs includes the same as mentioned before.

It seems the Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) to be a major upgrade over the predecessor, which was powered by Snapdragon 410 quad-core CPU. Now that it looks like Samsung opting for a MediaTek processor. The previous version ran Android KitKat and 1GB RAM, 8GB storage and expandable microSD card. With 2600mAh battery, the old model launched for Rs. 6,000 in India.

After getting an idea on what Samsung looking at the market, with the launch of Galaxy Grand Prime+ or Prime (2016), we should have to wait a little more to learn more on its pricing and rest of the features.

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