Samsung has always maintained quite the decent track record when it comes to releasing new handsets in a short spell of time. There are handsets from the company that are leaked all over the world, and the latest one comes straight out of Vietnam.
After revealing that the company's A series of smartphones will be the first from the company to offers a front facing 5MP camera, it seems like the company might adopt the same policies for its Galaxy Grand line of smartphones as well.
The reports have just started flowing in related to the new Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime that is now set to arrive with a front facing selfie camera that will have a 5MP sensor. The new leaks related to the same comes out of Vietnam with the handset expected to go on sale in the country sometime next month.
As of now, the Galaxy Grand Prime is set to feature a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, as expected, to offer high quality selfie pictures. But it will also have an 8MP rear camera.
Apart from that, the display is said to be a 5-inch unit with qHD resolution, "a cross between the 5-inch WVGA and 5.25-inch 720p displays of the first and second-generation Galaxy Grands," writes Sammobile.
Other specs for the phone are said to include a quad-core Snapdragon 400 chip, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage expandable by a microSD slot, dual SIM connectivity, and Android 4.4.4 KiKat. "Oddly, some of the specs, like the high-resolution camera and qHD display, look similar to the hardware of the SM-A300 which were leaked recently."
However, the phone isn't made out of metal, and this is what that will probably separate the Galaxy Grand and other similar devices from the A series phones that will succeed the Galaxy Alpha.
The Galaxy Grand Prime is already live on a Vietnamese retailer's website. Also it has already been listed on Samsung's mobile website under the model number SM-G530H. Although a final announcement for the same is pending.