Samsung's SM-G5510 shows up again, this time on Zauba


Recently, we told you that the Samsung SM-G5510 had been certified by the FCC. Unfortunately, the only thing that we were able to take away from the FCC trip was further confirmation that the device exists, and will use an E-Label. Previously, the phone had been run through the GFXBench benchmark test which revealed the entry-level specs on the device.

There is some speculation that the SM-G5510 and SM-G5520, both of which received their Wi-Fi certification, are part of the Samsung Galaxy On series; this line includes unannounced low-end models like the second generation Samsung Galaxy On5 (SM-G5550) and the second generation Samsung Galaxy On7 (SM-G5570). The Galaxy On5 also has visited the FCC.

But we digress. Two listings for the SM-G5510 were found on India's import-export tracking site Zauba. The listings indicate that the phone has a 5-inch screen size (as opposed to the 4.8-inch glass mentioned on GFXBench). On August 31st, two units were imported into India for testing. On September 3rd, one more phone was shipped into the country for R&D and evaluation.

As soon as we get more information about the SM-G5510, you'll be the first to know.

source: Zauba

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