April 26, 2013
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Samsung Galaxy Core is apparently a new dual-SIM smartphone for the Russian and Chinese markets, with Russian website [email protected] having discovered the handset ahead of its actual announcement.

The smartphone, which bears a bit of a resemblance to the Samsung Galaxy S4 in terms of design, is said to come to the two countries in mid-May, at a price of 12,990 rubles (roughly $415) for Russia. The Samsung Galaxy Core’s specs include a 4.3-inch display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 768MB of RAM.

In terms of storage space, the smartphone (which has model number GT-I8262), has 8GB of internal memory, but you can easily add to that using a microSD card, on which you can also store pictures taken by the 5-megapixel camera.

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The Samsung Galaxy Core runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with TouchWiz, and the Russian website also mentions its dimensions: 129.3 x 67.56 x 8.95 millimeters, while the weight is at 140 grams.

The Core won’t be Samsung’s first dual-SIM handset, or the last one. In fact, you may remember that we reviewed the Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos not too long ago, while a dual-SIM Galaxy S4 is launching in China.

Bogdan Bele
Bogdan is a tech writer and blogger, passionate about everything mobile in general and Android in particular. When he's not writing about technology or playing with various gadgets (which he's doing most of the time), he enjoys listening to a lot of music and reading.
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