Called Galaxy Core Max (model number SM-G5108), the new handset is larger than any other smartphone from the Galaxy Core family, though it’s still rather small when compared to most flagships of today. Sure enough, the Core Max isn’t a flagship device, but a mid-range one at best.
Officially introduced in China, the Galaxy Core Max sports a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED display with 540 x 960 pixels, and runs Android 4.4 KitKat with TouchWiz UI. Other features include LTE connectivity, dual SIM support, 5 MP front-facing camera and 8 MP rear camera (both with relatively wide-angle sensors), quad-core 1.2 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, and 8 GB of expandable internal memory. It looks like the Galaxy Core Max comes only in white. The handset weighs 132 grams, measures 136.3 x 69.6 x 8 mm, and includes a 2200 mAh battery. At the moment, there’s no word on how much the Samsung Galaxy Core Max costs, and neither on where it will be released (besides China).
source: Samsung China (translated)