Another Samsung smartphone gets leaked ahead of launch

Another Samsung smartphone gets leaked ahead of launch

As it usually happens the hype around high-end smartphones and the companies making them is so high new smartphones get leaked well ahead of launch. This is not bad for the end user as they know what to expect, in addition competition on the smartphone market increases and you end up getting more and better smartphones than before.

Now there’s a new leak – a Samsung device that goes by the name of SM-G430 – has reached the Internet ahead of its launch date. The device must be getting closer to launch as it is now tested in India where some sources have gotten hold of the tech specs inside – expect a 5.5-inch display, a 2.5 GHz processor that will likely be the Snapdragon 801, 1080p resolution for the display, Adreno 330 graphics, Wi-Fi and LTE and finally Android 4.4.4 KitKat.

There’s no information on when we will get to see the Samsung SM-G430 but the debut will likely be in Q1 2015. The device may be limited to markets like South Korea and China but we’ll get to see that.

Source: Sammobile.com

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