Samsung has announced its latest 64 bit gadget, the Samsung Galaxy Win 2 in Brazil. The budget smartphone lunched by Samsung is based on iot's predecessor Samsung Galaxy Win. The handset isn't one which is going to draw in a tremendous amount of attention but the device fits well in the budget phone segment.
The Samsung Galaxy Win 2 was launched in Brazil earlier this week. The handset doesn't showcase any advanced features but the presence of LTE connectivity is notable.
The new device runs on an updated Android version on board to 4.4.4 KitKat, but the screen size is smaller, now just 4.5", compared to 4.7" in the original. The resolution has been kept the same that is 800x480 though. The device also supports digital TV but there is a version without digital TV as well.
The powerhouse of the new Samsung Galaxy is a 64-bit, quad-core Snapdragon 410 CPU, further enabled with dual SIM capabilities this octacore is couple with 1GB or RAM. The device has 8GB of internal memroy which is expandable via a microSD expansion slot and the Win 2 has a 2000mAh battery.
The primary rear camera is a 5MP auto focus camera and the front has a 2MP snapper. The phone features 4G LTE support and dual-sim functionality. The device when launched in Brazil was launched with KitKat on board but Samsung will update it to Lollipop later in this year.
The device is available in Brazil in two forms with and without the digital TV option. Available in Black and Grey at $233 for the variant without digital TV and $249 for the variant having the feature. Smartphones are a bit costly in Brazil compared to the rest of the world. so we can expect this device to cost around Rs. 13,000 when it is launched in the Indian market.