It is starting to get more and more difficult when it comes to figuring out just how many different ranges of Galaxy smartphones that Samsung has. There is even a family of handsets that carry the “Prime” prefix – and this happens to include the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime as well as the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime. Of course, with smartphones these days sporting many different kinds of cameras, and most of them happen to be more than decent, it looks like the less impressive camera department of the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime will be offset by the introduction of LTE connectivity.
While several models of the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime have already made their way through TENAA (SM-G3606, G3608 and G3609), which is China’s version of the FCC, all of them will sport dual-SIM capability and having TD-LTE connectivity. A pair of them happen to have international LTE though.
The Samsung Galaxy Core Prime happens to be a wee bit thin at 8.8mm (no idea on whether it will bend though), sporting a 4.5″ PLS LCD display with WVGA resolution, Android 4.4 KitKat as the mobile operating system version, a quad-core 1.3GHz processor, 1GB RAM, a 5MP shooter in front with 2MP front-facing camera, 8GB of internal memory, and a 2,000mAh battery.