Seems that Samsung has full preparation to take over the smartphone market this year. Last day only the country witnessed the grand launch of the flagship smartphone of the company, Samsung Galaxy S4, in India and today it is again in rumors with the leaked online images of its mid-ranged smartphone, Samsung Galaxy Core. It is expected to be a dual-SIM phone that will be operated by Android Jelly Bean OS with a dual-core processor. Rumored to be launched soon, this new droid has been code named as GT-I8262 and many of the specifications have been leaked online. According to the reports, it is expected that this smartphone would go on sale journey in Russia and China this May. As far as India launch is concerned, being a dual-SIM handset, we can expect it to land in India as well.
Pondering about the specs, Samsung Galaxy Core is an Android based smartphone with Dual-SIM feature and it is expected to run on Jelly Bean OS. Screen size and type has been alleged as 4.3 inch WVGA display with 480 x 800 pixel resolution. Looks wise, Galaxy Core share the design hints from Galaxy SII Plus. This rumored low-spec smartphone would be motorized by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 768 MB of RAM, and 8GB internal memory, as presumed by the trusted sources. Additionally, Bluetooth v4.0, Wi-Fi, GSM, and 3G connectivity are expected.
The smartphone would also be having 5MP camera with LED flash whereas there are no words on the secondary camera. The expected dimensions of this handset are 129.3mm х 67.56mm х 8.95mm. Weighting approximately 140 grams, Samsung Galaxy Core is expected to be labeled with a low mid-range price bracket.
There are, of course, many such configured handsets present in the smartphone arena and glancing over the specs of recently launched Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos, it seems to be stronger than Galaxy Core. Another droid, Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 I9150, which is expected to be released in May packs a 5.8 inch screen, 1.5GB RAM, 8MP camera and other high-end features. Well, we can at least expect Galaxy Core to be cheaper than Galaxy Grand and Galaxy Mega.