Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) recently received Wi-Fi certification with ID – WFA67422. According to reports, the handset will be unveiled before the end of September. With model number SM-G532F, the handset is listed under the Smartphone, multi-mode category.
While the hardware version is listed as REV0.1 with Wi-Fi component – REV1.0, the firmware version is tagged with the ID – G532F.001. The Wi-Fi component of the firmware version is same as the hardware. Even though the model number of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) has surfaced on the web, we don’t have any clear indication as to when Samsung will officially release the handset.
The official Wi-Fi certification document of the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) doesn’t reveal the specifications. However, the document clearly indicates the fact that the new handset is an Android smartphone. Hence, we have to depend on the previous rumors about the specifications.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) will ship with single and dual SIM variants
As per the original Wi-Fi certification document, Samsung is tipped to launch two variants of the Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) models such as single and dual-SIM models. However, the availability will vary by country and mobile carrier.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) will have 1.5GB RAM
On the specifications front, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) will most likely feature a 1.4GHz quad-core processor paired with 1.5GB RAM. As of writing this, we don’t have information about other specs. We expect the internal storage of the handset will be around 32GB based on the latest technological trends.
Possibility for Android Nougat low for Galaxy Grand Prime (2016)
On the software segment, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) will ship with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow with upgrade capability to Android 7.0 Nougat. According to sources, the chances of Android Nougat upgrade for this handset are bleak based on the specifications of the smartphone. Hence, you have to keep this point in mind while you buy the handset.
Samsung is also expected to improve the design of the Galaxy Grand Prime. According to sources, the handset will ship with a full metal unibody. Nearly one month back, news about the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) surfaced on the web for the first time. A few weeks ago, the handset was spotted at Geekbench.
If you are unaware, Wi-Fi certification is the final test required to launch a brand new smartphone. Every company should apply for the certification before launching a new handset. The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) passed the Samsung’s testing procedure when it was imported to India in August 2016. Hence, the handset only requires the FCC approval.