Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime with 5MP Selfie Camera To be Priced at Rs 15,250


It hasn't been long since we first heard about Samsung's upcoming entry in the selfie sector in the form of the new Galaxy Grand Prime. Now it seems like we have some confirmed information related to the handset.

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According to reports, the Galaxy Grand Prime, that was set to arrive with a 5MP front facing camera for dedicated selfies, is set to be priced at Rs. 16,000.


If the information from an established Mumbai-based retailer, Mahensh Telecom, is to be believed, the handset will indeed see a price tag of Rs. 16,000. That's what the retailer has posted on its official Facebook page.

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Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime To be Priced at Rs 15,250

And as Mahesh Telecom's Facebook post on Monday states, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime will be available in another couple of days. And also that the handset will be priced at Rs. 15,250 against the MRP Rs. 16,000.

The Galaxy Grand Prime made its first appearance a couple of weeks ago when it was leaked online. The leaks related to the same came out of Vietnam with the handset also expected to go on sale in the country sometime next month.

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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," wrote Sammobile at that time.


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