Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom successor, which was recently leaked as Samsung SM-C115, is set to be unveiled on April 29. Expected to be dubbed as Samsung Galaxy K, the phone will focus on the imaging aspects more than anything. Samsung Mobile team has started teasing the phone on its social media channels.
As per some recently leaked specifications, Samsung Galaxy K will sport a 19MP rear camera sensor with 10x optical zoom and xenon flash. The phone will also come with Android 4.4.2, 4.8-inch 720p HD display and Samsung Exynos Hexa processor. Among other specifications, the Galaxy K will pack 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, microSD card slot, 2MP front camera, NFC and the usual connectivity options.
An alleged live image of the Samsung Galaxy K has also been leaked, which can be see below.
Source: Samsung Mobile Twitter Account
Samsung India to open 4,000 company outlets in small towns
In other Samsung news, Samsung India is planning to open 4000 company outlets in smaller towns of the country. These outlets will be opens in towns with population less than 100,000, reports The Economic Times.
Out of these 4K outlets, 1000 stores will be opened this year, stated Vineet Taneja, Samsung India’s country head for mobile phones and digital imaging. The company has already set up 10 stores on the pilot basis.
According to Taneja, these stores will keep limited inventory and demo units of various Samsung devices.