Samsung seems to be on a wild launching spree right now. Just yesterday, the South Korean tech titan made the Galaxy Core 2 available in in India, and today yet again, the company has made its new low-end smartphone - the Galaxy Star Pro GT-S7262 available via official online store at the price of Rs. 6,110.
On the other hand, the same entry-level smartphone is being offered by third-party online retailer Flipkart at a lesser price of Rs. 5,949. Basically, the Galaxy Star Pro is being offered in two vibrant color variants by Flipkart viz. Wine Red and Green, while the official site is offering the smartphone in white color option only.
Specswise, Samsung Galaxy Star Pro will not be able to impress the smartphone customers in India much as they already have the best options in the market like Moto E at the similar price range and lesser price.
Galaxy Star Pro GT-S7262: Key Specifications
The latest Galaxy Star Pro GT-S7262 from Samsung sports a 4-inch TFT display and offers a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. It is powered by a Single Core Application Processor A5 clocked at 1GHz coupled with 512 MB of RAM and runs on Android Jelly Bean OS.
The smartphone measures at 121.2 x 62.7 x 10.6 mm and weighs 121grams, it also houses 4GB of internal memory (the company doesn't mention a microSD card slot), 2MP rear camera, however lacks a front facing shooter. Other specs include: USB 2.0, WiFi, and since it is branded Duos it is a dual SIM supported handset loaded with 1500mAh battery.
Since there are ample smartphones which are available in the Indian market with better specifications, the latest offering from Samsung will have to battle almost all the budget Android KitKat phones in the market. Even the pricing of the smartphone is much higher compared to the ones that you can find in market. To be precise, at the given price point, buyers can go ahead and check out other smartphones like Micromax Canvas Unite 2, Lava Iris X1, Xolo Q600s and even Moto E.
Especially those looking for quad core CPU, Android KitKat, dual camera, a better display and battery, which the latest Samsung Galaxy Star Pro lacks.