The original Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime was a great budget-friendly smartphone but now, that is quite old. Samsung is now working on the Grand Prime’s successor, called Grand Prime+ or Grand Prime (2016).
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+ Specs:
Today, the phone got spotted on AnTuTu benchmark listing. So, here are the specifications, according to AnTuTu:
As you can see above, according to AnTuTu, the Grand Prime+ will have model number “SM-G532F“. It will be powered by a quad-core CPU based on the MediaTek MT6778T chipset. The listing also reveals that the phone will have an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera along with a Mali-T720 GPU.
The display resolution is 960×540. As for internal memory, the Grand Prime+ will have 32 Gigabytes along with 2GB RAM. As for the OS, the phone will run Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. If these specs are accurate, the Grand Prime+ will be the first Samsung smartphone ever to have a MediaTek chipset.
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