Samsung Galaxy Core Prime 4G was launched back in the month of February but in limited locations only. At the same time the leading smart phone company of the world had also announced its expansion to different parts of the world in March this year.
Unfortunately the expansion did not come up as announced.
But recent news from inner sources reveals that Samsung is serious about expanding the smart phone to different other zones. Not only this but in order to make the phone popular Samsung has also come up with a bundle of offers with the phone.
Now Samsung Galaxy Core Prime 4G comes with 3GB free 4G data on Airtel networks and also has free Hungama premium offers for three months as well as the Vuclip prime offers with three months subscription.
Incidentally the announcement of Galaxy Core Prime 4G was made in February and with it were also announce the Galaxy J1 4G, both well accepted by the customers. There is also a 3G variant of the smart phone that is also available in the market.
Both versions run on Android 4.4 Kitkat and also support dual SIM. However this may not be enough for those who use the Android Lollipop, 4.5 inch WVGA with 490×800 pixels PLS TFT LCD display as well as the 1.2GHz quad-core processor. It has 1GB RAM and comes with 8GB inbuilt storage. This capability can be enhanced using microSD card to the limits of 64GB.
In May 2015 Samsung also launched the Grand Neo Plus smart phone that is also similarly priced as the Galaxy Core Prime 4G. Though these phones may not match the flayer and efficiency of the New Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, they are still a couple of best phones within the affordable limits for the end users.