Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro Available on Samsung India E-Store for Rs. 18,260
Mumbai: Samsung is facing tough competition form Micromax in the Indian smartphone market. Micromax recently launched Canvas HD and to compete with this, Samsung released Galaxy Grand. But the smartphone does not possess the specifications that can give competition to Canvas HD. Now Samsung launched Galaxy Grand Quattro which is an improved version of Galaxy Grand. While the Galaxy Grand has dual core processor, the new Galaxy Quattro is powered by a quad core processor. Consumers who are interested to purchase this handset can log onto Samsung India e-store and the handset is available for a price of Rs. 18,260.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro sports 4.7 inch screen. The type of display is WVGA. The handset comes with dual SIM capabilities. it is provided with a 5 megapixel rear camera and VGA front facing camera. It comes loaded with 2000 mAh battery. The users are given the convenience of expanding the memory up to 32 GB via micro SD card slot.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro comes loaded with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. The handset is available in black and white colors.
Key Specifications of Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro
- The handset sports 4.7 inches display
- WVGA resolution (480 X 800)
- Physical dimensions of the handset is 133.30 x 70.70 x 9.65 mm
- It weighs 143.9 grams
- It runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system
- It comes with dual SIM capabilities
- Micro SD card slot for expanding memory up to 32 GB
- 5 megapixel auto focus camera
- VGA front facing camera
- Accelerometer, light sensor, geo magnetic, proximity sensors
- The handset supports Wi-Fi, 3G
- The handset is available in black and white colors
- It is priced Rs. 18,260
- 2000 mAh battery
- 11 hours talk time
- Up to 210 hours standby time
Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro is now available on Samsung India e-stores for Rs. 18,260. The site listed that handset as a device that gives powerful performance, easy mode, enhanced photo taking on 5 megapixel camera and motion UI.