Samsung has officially launched the new phablet Galaxy Grand Max in South Korea. This announcement is not too surprising for anyone because just before the end of last year we reported you that Samsung is going to launch the Galaxy Grand Max in its native country, South Korea at the 2015 starts. Currently the Samsung has launched the mid-range Galaxy Grand Max in South Korea only and it is not announced about its international release not even during CES 2015 at Las Vegas.Samsung Galaxy Grand Max is available in South Korean since 9th January.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Max is available to purchase in Korea at a price of KWR 319,000(about $290). The price of the new phablet is not very big but the specs of the Galaxy Grand Max are very basic. The specs of the smartphone not as the Samsung’s reputation, even the users cannot run the latest Android 5.0 Lollilop OS on this phone.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Max features 5.25-inch (1280x720p) display, 1.5GB RAM and 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 CPU. It has 16GB built-in memory which can be extended up to 64GB by using a microSD card. The Samsung Galaxy Grand Max has a 720p resolution and a battery of 2500mAh,it also supports LTE Cat 4 so the users can connect to high-speed mobile Internet which is quickly becoming the standard. The smartphone has 13 megapixel back camera and 5 mega pixel front camera with a 120 degree wide-angle lens for selfies. It’s also got voice control so the users can use voice command as an alternative of scrambling for the shutter button every time.
Samsung has confirmed that currently Galaxy Grand Max is available in the home market of South Korea via three national carrier networks since 9 January. Although, details about the availability of the device in other markets are still not confirmed.