Samsung has added another smartphone to its Android portfolio today in the form of Galaxy Core. Like most of the Samsung smartphone in mid-range segment, Galaxy Core will also be available in both single-SIM as well as dual-SIM variants.
According to a press release issued by the Korean manufacturer, Samsung Galaxy Core will go on sale beginning May in dual-SIM version; the single-SIM version will however be available in July. The company has not given the region-wise launch schedule, but most probably Galaxy Core will be initially available in Asia and Europe as these are the key markets for such phones.
Samsung Galaxy Core features a 4.3-inch WVGA display and is powered by 1.2GHz dual-core processor of unknown make. The phone runs on Android 4.1 aka Jelly Bean. Other features of the phone include 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and microSD card slot with support upto 64GB.
“Offering innovative mobile solutions to enhance the user experience, the GALAXY Core’s smart features provide advanced tools that continue to set the GALAXY series apart. Utilizing human interactions including voice, movement, and optical commands, the GALAXY Core has a wide array of smart features that include Smart Stay, Smart Alert, Motion UI and S Voice,” Samsung noted in the press note.
– Really 480p@30fps Video Recording? is it is true than processor will be likely Cortex A5 or less otherwise 5 MP camera can shoot upto 720p at least. Worst configuration..
why samsung making fool to the peoples using D core processor and Android 4.1..this fone having only TFT LCD…and less pixel..dont like it..if its cost is 14k then it will be recommended.