Last month, Samsung introduced the Samsung Galaxy Grand
. The device features a 5 inch screen, but with WVGA resolution to keep the price down. The resulting 186ppi pixel density is nothing to get excited about. Powering the phone is a dual-core 1.2GHz processor with 1GB of RAM on board and 8GB of native storage. Some of the specs were decent such as the 8MP camera on back and the front facing 2MP shooter for self portraits and video chat. And Android 4.1.2 is installed giving the phone the smoothness of Project Butter
and the immediacy of Google Now. Another version of the phone has the same specs, but accepts dual SIM cards. This model, called the Samsung Galaxy Grand DUOS
, will launch next month in Europe
But now it seems that a third variant of the device has been developed by Samsung. Also called the Samsung Galaxy Grand, it keeps the majority of the specs from the other models except it offers a quad-core 1.4GHz processor
and LTE connectivity, which was lacking on the earlier device. With SBeam, NFC and VoLTE support, a 64GB capacity microSD slot and a 2100mAh battery, there is plenty to like about this handset. And the fact that it has T-DMB, which is mobile television in South Korea, tells us where this unit is heading to. No word yet on pricing and there is no release date.