It can get rather difficult trying to track down the various handsets that are in the market these days, even from a single hardware manufacturer, due to the rate of which different smartphones are released over the course of a single calendar year. Samsung does not shy from flooding the market with models of new smartphones,and it does look as though the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Value Edition is going to figure in their plans some time in the near future.
You can say that its predecessor, the Galaxy Grand Prime, was leaked online last September, and the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Value Edition, which happens to carry the model number SM-G531F, does seem to shape up to be similar to the hugely popular Galaxy Grand Prime, save for the new coat of paint that it receives.
It will maintain the 5” qHD display (540 x 960 resolution), but will no longer be powered by the Snapdragon 410 chipset, as it will run on the Marvell PXA1908 chipset instead. However, it will retain the quad-core 64-bit processor (Cortex-A53) as well as 1GB RAM, albeit chugging along to a different GPU, which would be the GC7000.
Apart from that, expect the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Value Edition to arrive with Android 5.0 Lollipop right out of the box, which is pretty neat since there are no plans for an upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime. A 5MP selfie shooter and an 8MP camera at the back completes the list of specifications, and it should come with a €200 price tag.