Samsung, on Thursday, brought up all the rumours to an end by officially launching The Grand Prime+ in Russian Market. Samsung Grand Prime+ is the successor model of Grand Prime Flagship which was initiated in 2014. Following Galaxy Grand Prime 4G variant, introduced in August last year, Galaxy Grand Prime+ is the third addition to this flagship. But surprisingly, Samsung despite unveiling the phone by own, launched it through a third-party online retailer in Russia and named it as “Samsung J2 Prime”. Priced at RUB 9,990 (around EUR 140 or Rs. 10,200), Galaxy J2 Prime or Grand Prime+, for now, is exclusive to the Russian market and soon is expected to go live in other markets.
The Russian e-commerce site OnlineTrade has posted some pictures of the Grand Prime+ which reveals that the Korean Giant hasn’t brought up much change in terms of design except the LED flash at the front Available in here colour variants like Pink, Gold, and Black, the new smartphone is identical to the standard design of mid-ranged phone.
Concerning specifications, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+ or Galaxy J2 Prime sports a 5-inch IPS display which is powered by 540×960 pixels displays resolutions. Equipped with a MediaTek MT6737T quad-core processor, Grand Prime+ is packed with 1.5GB of RAM and 8GB internal storage which is further expandable up to 256GB via microSD card slot in Russia. But as per the reports of WinFuture, some more variants of 16GB and 32GB storage are in the pipeline of launch in other markets. The smartphone will support further expansion of memory as well.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+ runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and is backed by a powerful 2600mAh battery. The camera part of the phone sports an 8-megapixel primary shooter and a 5-megaapixel front snapper, accompanied by LED flashes on both sides. Among connectivity options, the phone features 4G LTE and Bluetooth 4.2 support.