Samsung SM-G110 (new Galaxy Pocket?) could be the first QVGA Samsung handset with Android KitKat

Samsung may soon launch its first ultra-low-end smartphone that runs Android KitKat out of the box: the SM-G110B.

While the SM-G110B hasn’t been announced, it already has a User Agent profile over at Samsung’s website. This confirms the following features: a 240 x 320 (QVGA) display, Android 4.4.2, and a 1GHz processor (we’re not sure if it’s a single-core, or a dual-core CPU).

According to Indian import-export tracking website Zauba, the screen of the SM-G110B measures 3.3 inches. We’re thinking that Samsung could include the SM-G110B into its Galaxy Pocket family (the latest member of the series - introduced last summer - is the 3-inch Galaxy Pocket Neo, which currently costs around $80).

At the moment, we don’t know when, and neither where the Samsung SM-G110 will be released. However, Samsung will probably want to launch it in emerging markets. Priced at uner $100, the handset may sell well.

sources: Samsung (.xml file), Zauba via Sammy Today


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