Samsung Galaxy Prime (2016) spotted on GeekBench

The South Korean handset maker, Samsung has taken to refreshing its line-up quite seriously as it is launching 2016 variant of almost every budget and mid-range smartphone in its line-up. Now, a smartphone having model number SM-G532F has turned up on the website of Geekbench, a prominent benchmarking website. This model, in all probability, is the Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) as the previous device had a model number SM-G531. The Geekbench leak reveals that the handset would come running on the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system powered by a Quad-core processor that has been clocked at 1.44 GHz. There is 1.5 GB of RAM accompanying the processor for a smoother user experience. Looking at the specifications of this handset, it would be safe to assume that the handset would be priced under INR 7,000 in India.
Earlier, this handset turned up on another listing on Zauba.com, which is an Indian import/export tracking website. The Zauba listing revealed that the new handset would come flaunting a decent 5-inch display on the front panel with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels in all probability. The 2014 Galaxy Grand Prime came with the Snapdragon 410 processor and same 5-inch display, albeit with a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels. Samsung is expected to repeat the same 8 Megapixels and 5 megapixels camera combination on the new handset as well. It is expected that the device will strike a chord with Indian buyer, if indeed the handset is placed under INR 7,000 and comes with above mentioned specs.


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