Samsung is very busy marketing its latest flagship device Galaxy SIV but that does not mean that the Korean giant is not working on the other phones.Samsung not only wants to capture the high end smartphone market, it is also trying it best to capture the market full of low budget phones.
We have seen Samsung releasing Galaxy SII Plus and Galaxy SIII Mini to target the users looking for a pocket friendly versions of flagship devices with powerful internals.
According to a recent rumor, Samsung is all set to launch a mid-range Galaxy Core (GT-I8262).Samsung Galaxy Core is reported to pack a 1.2 GHz Dual Core processor along with 768 MB of RAM. The phone will also feature a 4.3-inches display with a resolution of 800×480. Other rumored include a 5 Mega Pixel rear camera, 8GB of internal storage with support of microSD and 1809 mAh battery. It also comes with Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS.
The most interesting feature to to look for in this phone is the dual-sim functionality. Samsung has already released dual-sim versions of its flagship devices especially in the Chinese market.According to a tech blog, Galaxy Core could be very similar to Galaxy SII Plus or Galaxy SIII Mini.
The mid-range smart phone will run Android 4.1 and will be priced 14,000 rubles ($430) and is expected to hit Russia and China in mid-May. Considering the mediocre specs this price tag may not attract many customers and it is still unknown if Galaxy Core will be available in the international market or not.