Samsung Galaxy Star Advance With Android KitKat Reportedly Launched at Rs. 7,299

Samsung Galaxy Star Advance With Android KitKat Reportedly Launched at Rs. 7,299
Soon after launching the Galaxy Core 2, Samsung seems to be gearing up to launch another budget KitKat smartphone - the Galaxy Star Advance - if a retailer from Mumbai is to be believed.

Claiming a launch price of Rs. 7,299, mobile retailer Mahesh Telecom has further listedsome specifications of the Galaxy Star Advance (SM- G350E). It's worth noting that we are yet to hear an official announcement about the phone made by Samsung.

The specifications listed by the retailer for the yet-to-be-announced Galaxy Star Advance include a 4.3-inch WVGA (480x800 pixels) TFT display; dual-SIM support; 1.2GHz processor (unspecified chipset); 512MB of RAM; 3-megapixel camera with LED flash; 1800mAh battery, and 4GB of inbuilt storage, which can be expanded further up to 32GB (via microSD card). Further, the smartphone is said to come with 3G support and will run Android KitKat with the company's TouchWiz UI on top.

Some of the other features listed for the Galaxy Star Advance are ChatOn, video recording, Google Talk, Google Maps, Samsung Apps and FM radio recorder.

Earlier on Friday, the same retailer provided details about an unannounced LTE variant of the Galaxy S5. The retailer suggested an MRP of Rs. 56,000, and also revealed that the Galaxy S5 LTE (SM-G900I) stocks will be arriving soon.

The handset was said to be priced Rs. 1,500 (MOP) more than the original 3G, Exynos-based variant launched in India (SM-G900H), which comes out to be Rs. 53,000 for the alleged Galaxy S5 LTE (SM-G900I) handset, considering that the Galaxy S5 (SM-G900H) was launched in India at Rs. 51,500. Current official pricing for the Galaxy S5 (SM-G900H) in India is Rs. 51,000, so a Rs. 52,500 price tag for the alleged LTE variant is possible.


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