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Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus Specs News: Goes on Sale in India At $190

Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus Specs News: Goes on Sale in India At $190

Samsung is set to release the Galaxy Grand Neo Plus in India sometime soon and a rumored pricing already has the handset pegged at a price of $190.

The news came from Mumbai-based retailer Mahesh Telecom, who shared the news on their official Facebook page on Wednesday, and also revealed the full specs and features of the phone. They did not reveal the exact launch date of the phone, though they listed the phone as being in-stock.

Also, neither Samsung nor its branches in India have yet to officially confirm the news, though some will note that the company is selling the same phone in Italy as a single-SIM variant.

The Galaxy Grand Neo Plus GT-I9060i comes with a 5-inch WVGA at 480×800 pixels, a TFT Display, a front camera of 2 megapixels and a rear camera of 5 megapixels that comes with an LED flash. It's available with an internal memory of 8 GB, but it can be expanded up to 32GB thanks to a micro SD Card.

Connectivity options for the phone include Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, WLAN, GPS/AGPS, GPRS/EDGE and Micro USB.

It is powered by a Quad core 1.2 GHz Processor, though no chipset was specified. It runs on 1 GB of RAM and also comes with the Android KitKat 4.4.2, with dual SIM capabilities and dual standby. It also packs a 2,100 mAh battery.

The Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus is also available in white and black colors.

The upcoming release of the Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus follows the launch of the first Tizen-based smartphone in India the week before.

The Tizen smartphone was priced at ₹5,700 (around $92). Coming in White, Black and Wine Red colors, the phone features a 4-inch WVGA PLS display at 480x800 pixels, a dual core 1.2 GHz processor with 768 of RAM, a 3.1MP rear camera, 4GB of internal storage and a 1500 mAh battery.

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