Samsung has long decided on a course that will cater to just about everyone when it comes to their collection of smartphones, ranging from entry level models to the mid-range as well as the high end side of things, such as the Samsung Galaxy S5. Well, in the latest leak concerning upcoming Samsung handsets, the Samsung SM-G110 has been spotted, and it surprisingly features Android 4.4 KitKat as the mobile operating system of choice, which is normally launched with the higher end models.
This would more or less place the Samsung SM-G110 as one of the first entry level smartphones from Samsung that will arrive with Android 4.4 KitKat in tow, and it could very well be part of the next Galaxy Pocket branded device. So far, there has been a few models from Samsung when it comes to the Pocket brand, including the original from 2012, as well as the Pocket Neo and Pocket Plus that were revealed in 2013.
The Samsung SM-G110 has been seen to be shipped off to India for R&D testing purposes, where a user agent profile is also up already on Samsung’s website. Rumored hardware specifications include a 3.3” touchscreen display at 240 × 320 resolution, a 1GHz processor that is based on the ARM Cortex-A7 architecture, and of course , Android 4.4 KitKat as mentioned earlier.