Now here is a handset that you might want to check out if you happen to reside in the likes of India, Spain or Italy – the Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus that, based on the naming convention alone, would be the successor to the current Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo device. While it might be “grand” in its calling, this smartphone is nothing more than a functional handset for the budget conscious.
Touting the model number GT-I9060I, this dual SIM device will run on a quad-core Broadcom 1.2GHz processor, carry a 5” display at 480 x 800 pixels resolution, has a 2MP selfie shooter as well as a 5MP camera at the back with LED flash, HSPA+ connectivity, 1GB RAM, 8GB of internal memory, and a 2,100 mAh battery, where TouchWiz UI will run on top of Android.4 KitKat. Coming in black and white color choices, expect to pay approximately $190 a pop for one of these puppies, unlocked.
Now here we are with more whispers of the upcoming Huawei P8, which will in all probability, be the successor to the Huawei Ascend P7. After all, this particular handset would come with an improvement in its hardware specifications over its predecessor, although as you might notice, it might have dropped the word “Ascend” from the naming convention.
Whispers have it that the Huawei P8 will arrive with a Full HD 5.2” display, accompanied by an octa-core Kirin 930 chipset from Huawei alongside 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal memory, not to mention a fingerprint scanner that would clearly place it on par with that of other flagship devices. The metal chassis that encases the innards will also be worth checking out. Chances are, it will be revealed this coming April 8th, rather than at Mobile World Congress that will kick off at the beginning of March later this year.