An unannounced Android smartphone has been spotted on Samsung India website today. Dubbed as Galaxy Y Plus GT-S5303, the smartphone runs on Android 4.0 and seems to be the successor of company’s quite popular budget phones Galaxy Y and Galaxy Pocket. In fact, the phone looks exactly like Galaxy Pocket.
There is no word on the pricing of Samsung Galaxy Y Plus, but it is likely to be priced around INR 6-7,000.
Samsung Galaxy Y Plus features 850MHz processor, dual-SIM Always on connectivity, 2.8-inch QVGA display, 4GB of internal storage, 3G, and 2MP rear camera. The phone also comes with 1200 mAh battery, microSD card slot, AGPS, Glonass, and Wi-Fi.
As we have already stated, the smartphone is currently un-announced, but we expect to hear from the company soon.
Galaxy Y Plus will join about 20 Android smartphone in Samsung’s current Android portfolio. Samsung also retails Galaxy Music, Galaxy Chat apart from already mentioned Galaxy Pocket and Y variants in the budget price-segment.
Samsung has been a little slow with releases in entry-level segment in the last few months and has mainly focussed on mid-range and high-end phones. We hope that changes with Galaxy Y Plus.
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