SAMSUNG GALAXY CORE REVIEW AND PRICE IN INDIA

According to current market trends Dual-SIM powered smartphones are popular which allow the users to use different cellular contracts which optimise the monthly mobile spending with more Hardware Specs and Samsung Galaxy Core can be added to the playbook. Samsung Galaxy Core is the latest Mid range device from Samsung which Specs have similarities with Samsung Galaxy S Advance. And it’s all squeezed in a 9mm slim body, which while no longer impressive in the higher market tiers is quite the feature with entry level Smartphones.
Samsung Galaxy Core Specs :-
1. Display
Samsung Galaxy Core is loaded with 4.3 inches TFT capacitive touchscreen of 480 x 800 pixels with a very reasonable 217 ppi screen. Also the color combination of the device display is 16 Million. But by comparing with HD AMOLED Display the outcome of TFT Display is not good.
2. Processor and Memory
Samsung Galaxy Core is powered with Dual-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A5 CPU with 1 GB RAM. These Specs is enough to run apps smoothly and can able to play mid range HD Games. But the Chipset Snapdragon MSM8225 S4 Play which is a Feeble chipset
It has 8 GB of internal memory with 64 GB expandable microSD slot.
3. Camera
Samsung Galaxy Core has a 5 Mega Pixel autofocus camera with LED flash to assist in low light scenes. But the device didn’t have capability of recording HD videos. The Maximum support is 480p video recording @ 30fps. The Galaxy Core has an extensive set of features like touch focus, smile shot, continuous shot, panorama and can snap photos during video recording (but at only VGA resolution). But HDR feature is missing.
4. User Interface
Samsung Galaxy Core runs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean out of the box, skinned with the TouchWiz launcher, dubbed Nature UX. The TouchWiz launcher also brings a few premium features borrowed for the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II.
5. Connectivity
Samsung Galaxy Core has the standard set of connectivity features like quad-band 2G and dual-band 3G with 7.2Mbps HSDPA and 5.76Mbps HSUPA. Also Wi-Fi support covers b/g/n with hotspot functionality. Also stereo Bluetooth 3.0 included.
Conclusion
The Samsung Galaxy Core gets a lot of things right and certainly gives you a decent smartphone at a bargain price tag and its specs are better than anything with a similar price tag. Sounds like the best recipe for entry-level success.

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