If you thought that the rumors and speculations about Samsung will come to a halt for sometime as the Galaxy Note 7 is now official, well, it never stops.
There are already speculations about the pricing and availability of the Galaxy Note 7 in the global markets and it is reported that the smartphone will arrive in India on August 11.
Following that the rumor mills are churning out information about the another upcoming Samsung phone, that is Galaxy Grand Prime (2016). The Galaxy Grand was launched a couple of years back and Samsung skipped to upgrade the device in the last year. Now, it seems like the South Korean tech giant is working on one as per the Zauba listing.
Appears on Zauba thrice
The smartphone with the model number SM-G532 has appeared thrice on Zauba that is an import/export tracking website. The listings are dated July 12, August 4, and August 6 respectively. On the whole, 8 units have been shipped to India and it is alleged to carry a price tag of $103 (approx. Rs 7,000) per unit. But, one of the listings show a price tag of Rs 13,000.
Model number points at Galaxy Grand Prime successor
The Galaxy Grand Prime that was launched in 2014 carries the model number SM-G531. The device that appeared on Zauba has the model number SM-G532 and this tips that it could be the Galaxy Grand Prime (2016).
To sport a 5-inch display
While the Zauba listing does not divulge more details other than the price of the Galaxy Grand Prime (2016), it shows that the smartphone might boast a 5-inch display that is a standard size for the entry-level and mid-range phones launched these days. We can expect it to be a HD display with 1280x720 pixel resolution.
4G cannot be ruled out
When it comes to connectivity, we cannot rule out the fact that 4G support is becoming a mainstream feature in the smartphones as everyone wants superfast connectivity. Like wise, the Galaxy Grand Prime successor is also comes with 4G support.
Android Marshmallow expected
The Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) might be launched with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow on board topped with the company's own TouchWiz UI and customizations.