South Korean manufacturer Samsung has just officially announced a new mid-range device called Galaxy Core Advance in its home country. We all know that the company had also released the Galaxy Core model last year in May, as well as a Galaxy Core Plus version a month ago, but now Galaxy Core Advance is also ready to join the Galaxy Core family as its third member. We want to be clear from the start that there is no reason to deny that this device is nothing else than a midrange Android one, but at least it is decent enough to be taken in consideration, so here we want to share with you some of its most important specs and features:
A decent Android handset
Our device here, Galaxy Core Advance, gets the power from a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor paired with 1GB of RAM, also sporting a big 4.7-inch WVGA TFT display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. As for its 8GB of inbuilt memory, the number is expandable up to 64GB, so you won’t have any problems regarding the limited storage space. Moreover, Samsung Galaxy Core Advance also includes both a 5.0-megapixel camera on the rear side and a secondary 0.3-megapixel VGA camera as well, ideal for video chat, so you can stay in touch with friends and family.
Although there are much better options out there, the company has also included some interesting features such as Sound & Shot that can be found in Samsung Galaxy S4 too, not to mention the voice-guided camera feature.
Finally, when it comes to its OS, this handset features the Android v4.2 Jelly Bean OS out-of-the-box, but there is no word yet on any update. And it isn’t very likely to receive an update in the near future either, but we’ll announce you in case of anything like that would happen.
Are you thinking of the possibility to actually buy the new Galaxy Core Advance? Then, you should know that the smartphone will soon become available at SKT (from Korea, of course) for a price of no more than 410,300 won.