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Samsung Galaxy Grand Announced With 5 Inch Screen

The Samsung Galaxy range of Android powered smartphones has many well known smartphone models within its ranks, including some of the best selling models in the world. Samsung has just announced a new device to be added to the line up, the Samsung Galaxy Grand.


The most immediately noticeable feature of this phone is its screen. Measuring 5 inches, it is slightly smaller than that of the Galaxy Note 2, and is slightly larger than the Galaxy S3. It has a WVGA resolution rather than high definition, hinting that the phone is likely to be offered a more affordable price point.


The spec list of the Samsung Galaxy Grand includes a number of appealing features. It is essentially a mid range offering, demonstrated by the screen and also its processor. While a quad-core processor is found in the likes the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S3, instead has a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor which the sure to still offer excellent performance. Visit our website for up to date info on the Samsung Galaxy Grand and the best Samsung Galaxy S3 Contract Deals.


The Samsung Galaxy Grand has the latest variant of the Android operating system, which is version 4.1.2, which is also known as Jellybean. Alongside this, it has many of the software features found on high-end Samsung devices, including direct call, S-Voice, smart alert and multi window mode.


The Samsung Galaxy Grand looks like it will be a popular choice, as it adheres to a new trend for larger screened smartphones, and is likely to be a much more affordable price point than that of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for example. It will also offer a more affordable alternative to a number of new HTC handsets which have recently been launched with the 5 inch screens, but these are likely to be much more expensive given their 1080p true HD resolution.


Samsung has not yet released any details regarding how much the phone will cost, or its availability and distribution plans. Once we know more, we will be sure to keep you updated.