Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+ does the AnTuTu benchmark test, reveals specs
We have been spotting a Samsung smartphone in the making before and because this one bore semblance to the original Galaxy Grand Prime that the smartphone maker launched, we went for a naming system that suggested that this was just a mere 2016 refresh of the former.
However, we got to know sometimes last week that instead, this offering would be named the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+ and while the South Korean OEM has already trademarked the name in their home country, it has shown up on AnTuTu benchmark now.
The good news with benchmark tests is that we get specs to look at and on the Galaxy Grand Prime+, we are now waiting for a device that would carry a MediaTek chipset of specific build MT6737T and run on a CPU that has four cores to itself. While this would mean that Samsung is going to seek the services of MediaTek for the first time ever, it doesn’t stop them from giving the smartphone some 2GB of RAM on a base 32GB internal storage space.
Running the Marshmallow 6.0.1 out of the box, the device has a rear camera unit of 8MP while that on the front is set at a cool 5MP also.
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