The Samsung Galaxy Core Plus, an entry-level smartphone with a decent set of features, has been unveiled in Taiwan and seems to have plans of arriving in some other countries where there’s a demand for dual SIM devices. Although it is a sequel to the Galaxy Core, the Android phone is very much similar to its predecessor and has not been updated much in terms of specifications.
The compact phone is crammed into an exterior with dimensions of 129.7 x 65.95 x 9.4 millimeters that easily accommodates a 4.3-inch TFT display on the front surface. It is capable of rendering visuals in 480 x 800p resolution. A VGA webcam graces the front side too and a 5MP camera with LED flash has been fitted on the rear panel.
Moreover, the Samsung phone is loaded with the usual connectivity options like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC amongst others. As it is based on the Android Jelly Bean 4.2 OS, the device can be expected to provide smooth transitions between apps and even access to the Google Play store. A 1.2GHz dual core processor rests under the hood with 768MB of RAM, a 1800mAh battery and 4GB of expandable memory.
Here’s a list of the key specifications of the phone:
– 4.3-inch TFT touchscreen
– 480 x 800p resolution
– Android Jelly Bean 4.2 OS
– 1.2GHz dual core processor
– 768MB of RAM
– 5MP camera, VGA webcam
– 4GB memory, expandable up to 64GB
– 1800mAh battery
– Dual SIM card slots
The Samsung Galaxy Core Plus is available for a price of 7,990 TWD in Taiwan, that is approximately $270.