Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime successor spotted on Zauba

Himanshu, 08 August, 2016

Looks like we may soon see a successor to the Galaxy Grand Prime smartphone as a device carrying a model number of SM-G532F has been spotted on India's import-export tracking website Zauba.

The original Galaxy Grand Prime, which was launched back in September 2014, carried a model number of SM-G531, suggesting the SM-G532F could indeed by the Galaxy Grand Prime (2016). Aside from model number, the Zauba listing also reveals that the device sports a 5-inch display.

To refresh, the Galaxy Grand Prime was powered by Snapdragon 410 chipset and sported a 5-inch (540 x 960 pixel resolution) display. It came with 1GB RAM and 16GB memory, and packed in a removable 2,600 mAh battery. In terms of camera, it featured an 8MP/5MP combo.

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  • AnonD-551566

that's becuz 1GB ram is not actually enough to play well pokemon go, i have a Gxy A3 with 1GB ram (live in south america) and it doesn't stand any other app (not even music player most of the time) pokemon go can be play with 1gb ram but 1.5 at least...

  • Anonymous

there was never a Grand Prime successor and even there multiple Samsung Galaxy phones manufacture after GP, some of them has not surpassed GP's performance and love from the people -iOS / Asus User

  • Anonymous

Sorry but your brain lags then if you believe so

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