Never one to be put off by a single bad day much less ninety, Samsung is ever ready to meet the needs of its potential customers. While the world’s larger economies are content to use premium devices like the expensive Galaxy Note Edge or Gear S, those in more diverse markets such as Asia have a much wider range of requirements. For this reason, devices like the Galaxy Grand exist, offering mid-range specs (and usually a dual SIM configuration) for somewhat less money than flagship-class hardware.
Today, specs have leaked for what is believed to be Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Grand 3, the SM-G7200. Highlights include Android 4.4.4, a 5.5 inch 1280X720 display, Quad-Core Snapdragon 410 (with 64-bit architecture), 1.5GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage. Rounding this out is a rumored 13 megapixel rear camera and 5 megapixel front camera. Killer specs these are not, but considering the Grand 2, which had a 5.2 inch screen, Snapdragon 400, and only 8GB of internal storage, it’s definitely a major step forward.
As mentioned in previous stories of late, given the poor sales performance Samsung incurred during the 3rd Quarter of 2014 and a pledge to change its products, the future of diversified mid-range devices like the Grand 3 remain somewhat questionable at best.