To think that Samsung would re-launch a 2012 device is silly, but the South Korean giant has gone ahead and done just that with its new Galaxy S3 Neo+. This phone is a China-exclusive at the moment, and the only big difference it bears with the original smartphone is its dual SIM compatibility. No news is out yet about its entry into other parts of the globe.
While the S3 needs a software update in order to get to Android 4.3, the S3 Neo+ comes pre-installed with the said OS. Other than that, it bears virtually the same specifications which we had got in 2012. According to widespread rumors, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was supposed to get a Neo tag first, but this device has emerged out of the blue.
The yet unannounced Note 3 Neo has been grabbing headlines since long, and it seems it can be unveiled at any moment now. This device apparently grabs hold of a 5.55-inch 720p touchscreen display which facilitates the S Pen experience. Its camera is 8MP in capacity, while 2GB worth of RAM and a 3100mAh battery also form part of it. It is purportedly supposed to run on an Exynos 5260 Hexa 6-core chip.
Now let’s come back to the Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo+ which was spotted on its official page by Unwired View. Like we said, it grabs the same specs as that of the original handset. So there’s a 720p display, an 8MP camera, a quad core processor and a lot more.
Here’s a detailed look at its attributes:
– Display: 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED
– OS: Android 4.3 Jelly Bean
– Processor: 1.4GHz quad core
– Memory: 1GB RAM, 8GB storage (expandable)
– Camera: 8MP rear, 1.9MP front
– Battery: 2100mAh
– Dimensions: 136.6mm x 70.6mm x 8.6mm
– Weight: 132 grams
– Connectivity: WCDMA 850/900/1,900/2,100MHz, GSM 850/900/1,800/1,900MHz