After Samsung Galaxy Grand 2, Galaxy Grand Lite is the upcoming successor from Samsung for emerging markets.
Samsung is planning to release a cheaper edition of Samsung Galaxy Grand Lite in Mobile World Congress 2014. SamMobile reports the phone will be released in early 2014 with the model number GT-I9060. It’s been a few days since Samsung Galaxy Grand 2, successor to much popular Samsung Galaxy Grand, was officially unwrapped and now it looks like company is going to introduce a low-end cheaper successor of its popular device.
Samsung Galaxy Grand has been a huge success for the South Korean tech giant in emerging markets like India, South East Asia and Africa.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Lite is reported to arrive with a 5 inch touch display with the basic resolution of 480 * 800 pixels. The phone will feature a 5 MP rear camera along with VGA front facing shooter for video calling. The phone will be powered by the same 1.2 GHz quad-core processor that is present in the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2.
The phone should run on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean out-of-the box, which is the version currently loaded on the prototypes of the device. The phone will be having Dual SIM network support, which will undoubtedly be confined for the emerging markets across the globe, where that feature is very popular.
The phone is first expected to release in the markets like India, Russia and Netherlands. It will be available to buy in the stores in the fifth week of 2014 in White, Black and Green color options.