Samsung Galaxy Core LTE delivers performance on a budget
Another day, and here we are with yet another smartphone from the folks over at Samsung. It seems as though Samsung cannot stop churning out handsets that will cater across the entire budget spectrum – ranging from the entry level to the mid-range, and then the high end side of things. Well, their latest release would be the Samsung Galaxy Core LTE which was specially designed to offer users an optimized and enhanced performance, coming in a premium design as well as a bunch of innovative smart features that were made popular by flagship Galaxy devices, all without breaking the bank.
Expect the Samsung Galaxy Core LTE to be the ideal handset for those who are always on the lookout for faster downloading and media speeds, although this would mean that you have to stay in a country or area that has LTE connectivity, otherwise it would be pretty much as useful as an ice cube in the North Pole. Powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, the Samsung Galaxy Core LTE is sprightly enough to deliver seamless multitasking capability as well as a faster webpage loading experience.
Your eyes will be treated to a large 4.5” qHD display that has been specially optimized for 16:9 video content, while there is also a long-lasting 2,100mAh battery which ought to be able to ensure your Galaxy Core LTE lasts throughout the day. Other connectivity options found on the Galaxy Core LTE include NFC technology with S Beam, Bluetooth 4.0 and A-GPS + GLONASS. At the back lies a 5 megapixel camera with smart features that will include Sound & Shot, Best Photo, Continuous Shot, Panorama and Buddy Photo Share.
Expect the Samsung Galaxy Core LTE to arrive in white and black shades when it hits various countries across Europe as well as in Russia, in addition to select countries in Asia. Pricing details remain to be determined, but in some regions, you can call this the Galaxy Core 4G.