Samsung SM-G310 Leaked Online: Hints at Android KitKat and 4 inch Display

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    Samsung has a lot going on off late in its house as the company's unannounced handsets have already hit the rumor section in the online world. Moreover even the leaks are taking place pertaining to those unannounced devices.

    Samsung SM-G310 Leaked Online: Hints at Android KitKat and More

     

    Now the latest information on the company's upcoming handset has appeared online. The device comes with a model name SM-G310 and is listed in the FCC's database.

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    Although there are not much information about the device as of now, the FCC listing has helped us know few of them which includes Android 4.4.2 KitKat device. Moreover, the device is also said to come later this year featuring 4-inch screen and a 5.7Wh battery, which equals to 1500mAh. The Samsung SM-G310 has a width of 2.47 inches (62.7 mm) and a height of 4.76 inches (121 mm).

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    An bit of research has also brought to our notice that the device has also passed through the Indian import listing site Zauba which also hints at the 4-inch sized display. The import data further confirms that the handset will come in both single and dual-SIM variants.

    Apart from this phone, Samsung SM-G9098, which is a premium smartphone with clamshell design, was also leaked online just a day ago. However, the company has not spoken about the two devices formally as of now and no word on pricing and availability of the device however, looking at the SM-G310 model, it seems to be like the entry-level Android KitKat running handset.

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