Samsung must have a secret lab somewhere out there that has tasked their workers with coming up with a bunch of smartphone designs every single day. Otherwise, how else can you explain the slew of smartphones from the South Korean consumer electronics giant that roll out in an all too frequent manner? Another Samsung smartphone should hit U.S. shores soon, where the Samsung SM-G360P has already been given the nod of approval by the FCC. This is a rite of passage that consumer electronics devices need to go through before they hit the market, and the Samsung SM-G360P is no exception.
The Samsung SM-G360P looks to be an entry-level Android smartphone, where it will run on CDMA networks while offering LTE support on bands 25, 26, and 41, making it compatible with Sprint’s cellular network. There is a very strong chance of seeing this appear on Boost Mobile though, since the MVNO’s customer service telephone number was seen printed on the handset’s FCC label.
Other hardware specifications of the Samsung SM-G360P include a 4.5” LCD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 SoC with 32- and 64-bit support, four Cortex-A53 cores with a 1.2GHz speed, and a 5MP shooter at the back with a front-facing 2MP camera, running on Android 4.4.4 KitKat. It could be known as the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime eventually, but only time will tell.