Samsung has recently announced its new budget-friendly smartphone by listing on the official Samsung website in China. Galaxy Core Max comes with a model number SM-G5108, and it is larger than any other Galaxy Core handset in the family. No price has been listed by Samsung yet, and details on both China and global available have not been provided.
The Dual-SIM Galaxy Core Max Smartphone runs Android 4.4. Kit-Kat out of the box and it displays the manufacturer’s own TouchWiz UI. In the same time, it features a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED display offering 540×960 pixels. The unspecified quad-core processor is clocked at 1.2 GHz with 1GB of RAM memory. There is also 8 GB internal storage that can easily be expanded via microSD card up to 64 GB.
The handset sports an 8 MP rear camera with a flashlight while, in the front part, it houses a 5 MP front facing camera. The juice is offered by a 2200mAh battery, and it comes with 3G, 4G LTE, GPRS/ EDGE, GPS/ A-GPS, Micro-USB, Bluetooth 4.0, 3.5mm audio port, and Wi-Fi connectivity options.
The physical aspect reveals a weight of only 132 grams with 136.3×69.6x8mm measures and it listed in a white color option only. The phone is quite similar to other Samsung phones, through the loudspeaker grille in the back part of the case is slightly different compared with what we have seen on other devices.
On Wednesday, the South-Korean manufacturer also listed the Galaxy S5 Plus in the Netherlands, on their official website. The offering is actually a European variant of its flagship Smartphone introduced in Singapore back in August. Both the Galaxy S5Plus and Galaxy S5 4G+ displays the same model name – SM-G901F- and have the same specifications and features.
There are no official details regarding the pricing and available of the Galaxy Core Max, but you can expect the device to be launched in markets outside China by the end of this year.