Samsung has an integrating strategy to take over all the markets with their Smartphones. So in order to compete with the local manufacturers in India, they decided to release a very cheap quad-core device name Galaxy Grand Quattro, known also as Galaxy Win in other countries.
The Galaxy Grand Quattro runs on a quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex A5 processor and an Adreno 203 graphics engine. It has a 4,7 inch TFT WVGA screen at 480x800p resolution. It runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and has 8 GB internal memory and 1 GB RAM. The main camera is 5 MP and the front one is a 0.3 MP VGA camera, also featuring a LED flashlight and auto-focus mode. The battery, a 2000 mAh one, should be enough to last a full day, even more.
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On the Indian market Samsung has big competition in the likes of Micromax A116 Canvas HD and Titanium S5 from Karbonn. The Galaxy Grand Quattro is available for sale at RS 16.900 (310 USD).
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