Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Purportedly Leaked With Android 4.3, 5-inch Display

Posted: Jan 7 2014, 5:04am CST | by , in Mobile Phones


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Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo purportedly leaked with Android 4.3, 5-inch display
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Korean tech giant Samsung is currently in an attempt to cash in the popularity of their Galaxy Grand mid-range smart phone series. It seems like they’re all set to introduce another new device, which is dubbed as the Galaxy Grand Neo, claims a new report from a reliable source.

The SammyHub has purportedly revealed the accurate specifications of the Samsung's newly rumored Galaxy Grand Neo smart phone device, which interestingly seem to fit the previously-rumored device Galaxy Grand Lite, and it might very well be the same phone from the tech. giant.

According to the source site, the alleged Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo device is going to come with a 5-inch amazing WVGA (800x480 pixel) display, with no other word on the screen technology, and a fast 1.2GHz quad-core A7 processor, which the site has claimed is similar to the one found on the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2.

Further, the site has also suggested that the alleged Galaxy Grand Neo might run the Android version 4.3 with Samsung's high-end smart phone feature 'Multi Window'. And on the design of the front, the site has speculated that the rear panel of the rumored Galaxy Grand Neo device will feature a soft-touch back, which is seen before on the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Grand 2 devices. In an addition, the site also expects the price of the alleged Galaxy Grand Neo device to be below the Galaxy Grand 2's price.

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