The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+ has been unwrapped in the Russian market carrying the name Galaxy J2 Prime. The launch saw a third party online retailer in the region.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+
In 2014, the South Korean monster had released the Galaxy Grand Prime. The next device, Galaxy Grand Prime 4G had been launched in August 2015. The recently launched Galaxy J2 Prime is considered the successor to Galaxy Grand Prime. Additionally, the J2 Prime is expected to be known as Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+ in the markets.
Considering the specifications the device is carrying a 1.5GB of RAM, but it is said to carry 2GB RAM in some models. The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+ sports a 5-inch IPS display along with a 540 x 960 pixels resolution. With 8GB internal memory in Russia, the newly released smartphone is powered by a quad-core processor with MediaTek MT6737T.
As per the sources, the device could also see two storage variants, 16GB and 32GB that will be unveiled for other markets. The device packs a 2,600mAh battery and it runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box.
Though, a Russian e-commerce website displays many pictures revealing no acute changes in the design of the smartphone. But the inclusion of LED flash is clearly visible just behind the camera sensor at the front. There will be three color variant that includes Pink, Black, and Gold.
The Galaxy Grand Prime+ sports an 8MP camera sensor with LED flash perfectly placed at the back. There is a 5MP camera on the front side which is also paired with LED flash. Moving further, the connectivity options include Bluetooth 4.2 support and LTE. The weight for Galaxy Grand Prime+ is 156 grams measuring 144.8×72.1×8.9mm.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+ comes with a price tag RUB 9,990 in Russia (approximately EUR 140 and INR 10,200). But the company has not yet confirmed when it is planning to get the device into other markets including India.