Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo+ Tipped To Launch in India For Rs 24,900

It looks like Samsung will continue to focus on launching mid-range handsets in Indian market.

Just a day back, we saw the India launch of Samsung Galaxy S5, and now we might get to see the coming of Galaxy S3 Neo+ in India in next couple of days.

After the success of the Galaxy Grand 2 and Galaxy Grand Neo, the South Korean giant Samsung could announce an enhanced version of the Galaxy S3, dubbed as the Galaxy S3 Neo+. As a reminder, the device went official in China earlier this year.

The news comes from the tweet, which Manish Khatri from Mahesh Telecom posted earlier today. The phone, Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo+ (GT-I9300I) features a dual-SIM support and would cost Rs. 24,900 in India.

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo+ Tipped To Launch in India For Rs 24,900

The Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo+ has a regular 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD 720p HD display.

Under the hood, there's a 1.4GHz quad-core processor powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 SoC coupled with 1.5GB of RAM and 8GB of internal memory, which can be expanded up 64GB via a microSD card slot.

On the imaging front, the Galaxy S3 Neo+ features an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, a single LED Flash, and a front facing camera too. The makers have added a 2,100mAh battery fitted inside.

The Android 4.3 Jelly Bean powered device supports dual-SIM feature, which does make sense in the emerging countries.

Other connectivity features include: 3G, Wi-Fi, FM Radio, A-GPS, Dual SIM, and more.

There's hardly any difference between the original Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy S3 Neo+ in terms of looks. What's different is that the Galaxy S3 Neo+ now comes with a 1.5GB of RAM, dual-SIM and IR Blaster. The Samsung Galaxy S3 retails for Rs. 22,000, whereas the Galaxy S3 Neo+ could be priced above Rs. 24,000.

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