Samsung is one company that has rolled out many different smartphones in an attempt which will hopefully, cater for just about every single person with various budgets. After all, not everyone needs a high end smartphone like the Galaxy S4 if all that they do is to make and receive calls, right? Well, the latest smartphone to be announced by the South Korean conglomerate happens to be the Samsung Galaxy Core LTE, where it was specially designed to deliver an optimized and enhanced performance, packed in a premium design while boasting of LTE connectivity to keep up with the times. I guess this would not be a global handset then, as not every country will have LTE networks up and running to accommodate the presence of the Samsung Galaxy Core LTE.
Here are the nitty gritty on the Samsung Galaxy Core LTE – it will feature a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, a nifty 4.5” qHD display that has been specially optimized for 16:9 video content, a 2,100mAh battery that ought to be able to last you through the average working day without dying out in between charges, NFC support, S Beam, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity and A-GPS + GLONASS. Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean will be the operating system version of choice right out of the box, while a 5MP camera is located behind. I do wonder, will the Samsung Galaxy Core LTE be positioned as a Motorola Moto G rival? [Press Release]