Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) has successfully passed through the US FCC with the ID – A3LSMG532F. According to reports, the upcoming handset bearing model numbers SM-G543F/DS will be equipped with a dual SIM variant including another model with number SM-G532F. Interestingly, the handset was spotted on GFXBench and Geekbench benchmarking sites in August 2015.
Soon after the handset got FCC approval, it again appeared on Geekbench with a multi-core score of 1884. Moreover, the benchmark results confirm the presence of Mediatek MT6737T chipset with a 1.4GHz processor, 2GB RAM, and Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) Specifications
Talking about other specifications, the forthcoming handset will ship with a 5-inch display alongside an 8MP rear/5MP front camera combination. You can expect integration of 2600mAh battery into the phone. When you compare Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) with other leading flagship handsets, you will be able to view that the display only offers a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels.
In August 2016, the 5-inch variant of the phone was spotted on Geekbench, which revealed a quad-core CPU paired with a paltry 1.5GB RAM. Earlier this month, the phone got Wi-Fi certification.
With Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) passing through the tough FCC guidelines and second appearance on Geekbench, we can expect the launch of the handset within the next few days.
According to a report published in Geekbench, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) will have four-core MediaTek MT6737T processor alongside 1.5GB RAM. If you compare the benchmark results, single-core and multicore scores have improved from the last time the handset check through Geekbench, with a respective 640/1884 compared with the previous 599/1790.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime, which was initially launched two years ago featured a 5-inch display, Snapdragon 410 processor, 1.5GB RAM paired with 8MP/5MP camera. Except for the change in processor, RAM, and Android platform, there are reports that Samsung will not make any major changes to the 2016 model.
Talking about the price, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) will be priced higher than the currently available Grand Prime due to changes in the internals.