If you hear of Samsung off late, the only device that you will think of is the Galaxy S5 and the new wearable devices that has already been released in all the markets globally. But now another reason for the Samsung smartphone lovers to get excited is the upcoming low-end smartphone model, which will be preloaded with KitKat version of Android OS.
Samsung has already released a low-end Android phone running KitKat version in the form of the Galaxy Ace Style previously. But this was not too low for the most popular smartphone brand in the world. That's why even more cheaper Android KitKat running smartphone is being made by the company.
Samsung SM-G110B has been shipped to India for testing and it can be seen on one of the Indian websites called Zauba. According to the sources also few specs have been speculated via the User Agent profile that has surfaced on the Samsung web site for a Samsung SM-G110B smartphone. According to the information interpretation, the low-end smartphone from Samsung will come with a 240 x 320 resolution. And according to Indian tracking site Zauba the reported screen size for this model is 3.3 inches. The User Agent profile also lists the device as running Android 4.4.2.
Moreover, according to SamMobile the device could be the fourth iteration of Samsung's Galaxy Pocket series of budget devices but with latest Android OS version.
The user agent profile on Samsung's website also mentions a Cortex-A7 chip clocked at 1GHz, but whether it is Snapdragon or Broadcom, that remains unknown so far.
Samsung has not spoken about the device formally as of now and thus no mention of the pricing and availability have come to our notice. However, online reports and rumors suggests that the device will be priced very liberally between $100 (approx. Rs. 6,017) and $150 (approx. Rs. 9,025).