Galaxy Grand Prime+ receives Wi-Fi certification

Three weeks ago, an unidentified Galaxy-branded smartphone, which we believe to be the Galaxy Grand Prime+, surfaced on the official Geekbench online database bearing the model number SM-G532F.

Unfortunately, the listing didn’t shine much light on the device’s specifications, other than that it’ll sport a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM and will ship running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

Details regarding the handset’s appearance and intended launch date have been almost non-existent, too, but it now looks like it’s one step closer to hitting the shelves as two variants — one regular model and one dual-SIM version — have been granted Wi-Fi certification.

For those who are unaware, Wi-Fi certification is one of the final tests required to launch a new smartphone. The Galaxy Grand Prime+ passed Samsung’s testing procedure when it was imported into India last month, which means the last thing that’s required is FCC approval.



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