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Samsung is making a brand new mid-range smartphone known by the model number SM-G7102. The yet to be announced phone is said to have Dual SIM functionality, and will most likely to be launched in the emerging nations including India.
The Samsung SM-G7102 was first spotted by PhoneArena. The forthcoming Samsung's device has been listed on the FCC database. The listing reveals some valuable information about the handset. For instance, the phone will have a 5.2-inch display having a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. The handset would run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. One cannot deny the fact that it would have Dual SIM capability. The full fledged specifications are yet to be revealed, so take this rumor as a pinch of salt.
PhoneArena also reports that the device was shipped from Korea to Delhi for testing. Looking at the leaked specs, it seems that Samsung SM-G7102 is primarily targeted at South East Asian market. It should be noted that for quite some time, Samsung hasn't launched any new mid-end Android phone in India.
After the stupendous success of Galaxy Grand, Samsung need to replace the device with brand new powerful handset. If the leaked specs of the Samsung SM-G7102 are taken into consideration, then yes, it seems that this very device could be the successor to acclaimed Galaxy Grand. If Samsung is aiming to retail the top rank in the Indian handset market, the tech vendor should come up with a new quad-core phone with large HD display.
Recently, South Korea's ET news reported that Samsung plans to focus on more low-end and mid-end handsets to witness manageable growth. Samsung had witnessed down turn with lower than expected sales of high-end handsets. The South Korean giant expects that only 35 % of its phones sold next year to be premium.
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