Spotted through an Indian retail website two months ago, Galaxy Core Prime is now ready for its official release. The smartphone just received the FCC certified and apparently it is ready to be launched by Boost Mobile and Sprint during the following weeks (possible months as the exact release date hasn’t been yet confirmed by Samsung).
Galaxy Core Prime is a new mid range Android powered smartphone that aims the “budget-friendly” market, thus don’t expect to be impressed. We are talking about a new classic Samsung branded device that is powered by a quad core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz and by Android 4.4.4 KitKat right of the box.
Apparently this will be among the last phones released by Samsung, as the company is planning to reduce its number of smartphones during next year. It seems that with so many devices made available, the company began to be perceived as a cheap alternative for other trustful brands. Another reason for the upcoming “cut off” is the fact that most users are still comparing mid range Samsung smartphones with the new iPhones.
Anyway, let’s get back to our topic. Well, as mentioned, Samsung Galaxy Core Prime received FCC approval and will be made available soon through Boost Mobile and Sprint. Pricing offeres aren’t yet available but do expect advantageous offers for this mid range KitKat featured device. Specs wise, beside the quad core processor, Galaxy Core Prime will also bring 1 GB of RAM, a 4.5 WVGA display, a 5 MP rear facing camera, 8 GB of internal storage and a 2 MP front facing shooter.
That was all for now. Stay close for further info as we will update you as soon as something new comes out from Boost Mobile or Sprint. Also, do tell us if you are interested in buying the Galaxy Core Prime or you rather choose a different brand instead.