The official Samsung website in China has just listed the yet unannounced Galaxy Win Pro smartphone with midrange hardware. The smartphone holds the build model number SM-G3812, and it is a part of Samsung’s long list of midrange devices that roam around the world. So far, the handset was spotted only in China, and it is hard to tell whether the Korean manufacturer will decide to release it worldwide.
Due to the fact that the handset is part of the midrange list of devices, the most probably is that it will be made available in order Asian countries, as well as other third marketplaces around the world such as various European countries and the Latin Americas. As considered by various critics, Samsung Galaxy Win Pro is a quad-core variant of the Galaxy Express 2.
The smart device holds a 4.5-inch qHD display and a 960 x 540 pixel resolution powered by a 1.2 GHz quad core processor. In the same time, there are no official records of its internal storage, but the microSD expansion was confirmed. However, the camera is somehow modest taking pictures with only 5MP and it comes with Android 4.2.2 out-of-the-box.
The Jelly Bean version of Android that comes with this midrange device is probably what makes it attractive to most people. This means that the device will have most of the features from the Galaxy S5, except those that are hardware dependent. What I want to mention is the fact that Win Pro does have dual SIM support.
There is no word related to price or the release date, but since the handset was already included in the Chinese Samsung’s website, the most probably is that we will receive an official announcement any time soon. If you want to replace your old phone and you do not need anything fancy, then Samsung galaxy Win Pro might be a right choice for you. Even if it does not have the same features and capabilities as the Galaxy S4 has this handset has everything you need to do for the regular tasks.