Samsung’s successor to Galaxy Grand Quattro – Grand Neo will feature a 5-inch WVGA display, reports Sammy Hub. The blog adds that the smartphone will also come with 1.2GHz quad-core Cortex-A7 processor and Android 4.3.
An image of the Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo has also been leaked along with these details, which indicates that the phone will include dual-SIM support like its predecessor. Other details including the actual launch or announcement date are unknown right now but we could see an announcement around CES 2014.
The phone will be accompanying Samsung’s Galaxy Grand 2 in the mid-range phablet market and would have been a great option but the rumoured display resolution is a disappointment.
Samsung launches Rose Gold Galaxy Note 3 in South Korea
In related news, Samsung has unveiled the Rose Gold version of Galaxy Note 3 smartphone in South Korea. It will be available on all three telecom operators in the country, beginning January 4th.
“GALAXY Note 3 Rose Gold comes in black and white highlighting the luxurious rose gold colour in metal edge, home button, speaker, rear camera, and s pen,” Samsung wrote in a note on its official Flickr account.