New affordable device of Samsung, the Galaxy Grand Prime and the Galaxy Core Prime recently hit shelves in the US market. After their arrival thru Sprint, Verizon, T-Mo and Cricket now T-Mobile also steps in to offer both Samsung devices. The arrival of both devices was previously announced by the T-Mobile and it didn’t take much time to bring it for its customers.
The Galaxy Grand Prime made its first appearance thru the Sprint and Cricket with price tag of $179.99. And the Galaxy Core Prime was offered thru Verizon with additional support for T-Mo. Both devices are backed with impressive offers targeted to the mid-range customers of the market. The initial response on the prior carriers is appreciating and the same is also expected from the T-Mobile customers.
Considering the details of the devices we found some mid but impressive details. The Galaxy Core Prime is the smaller model which comes with an average display of 4.5 inches supported by 480x800pixel resolution. Internally the Core Prime brings a quad-core processor which is clocked at 1.2 GHz with sufficient performance specs. The network options are also kept high as you can use 4G LTE.
While the other specs are good enough but the device is not made special for capturing snaps. On the rear of the Core Prime the camera is kept with just 5 megapixels while the front facing camera for selfies is 2 megapixels. The designing and looks are kept high and impressive and more than the budget range.
On the Galaxy Grand Prime you will get a little more not only in size but also in certain specs. The display size on the Grand Prime is increased to 5 inches with a resolution of 540x960pixels. The processing powers are kept same but cameras are improved. On the rear it features 8 megapixels while on fronts there is a 5megapixel camera.