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June 10, 2014

Samsung Galaxy Core Lite unveiled

Samsung has unveiled another mid-range smartphone that offers LTE connectivity with a sub-$300 price tag, the Samsung Galaxy Core Lite.

Not to be confused with the Galaxy Core LTE which we reported back in February, the new Samsung Galaxy Core Lite has a slightly bigger display which measures 4.7-inch. However, in exchange for the larger real estate, the South Korean firm has outfitted it with a lower screen resolution.

Other than the display, the only two other difference between the two LTE-enabled handsets include a newer and faster Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor on the Galaxy Core Lite which comes at the cost of a slightly lower battery capacity.

Samsung Galaxy Core Lite specs:
4.7-inch WVGA (800 x 480) display, 198ppi
1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor
1GB RAM
Adreno 305 GPU
8GB internal storage
microSD up to 64GB
5 megapixel AF rear camera w/LED flash
1080p @ 30fps video recording
VGA front camera
LTE Cat4
NFC
WiFi b/g/n, WiFi-Direct
DLNA
Bluetooth 4.0
USB 2.0
A-GPS + GLONASS
2,000mAh battery
Android 4.2.2 Jellybean

The Samsung Galaxy Core Lite will be available starting this month and will be retailed for TWD7,988 or a little under 11,600 in our local currency.

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3 Responses to “Samsung Galaxy Core Lite unveiled”

  1. metre9dmt says:

    Jellybean?! For a new phone?! Nasaan na ang KitKat? Ano ba yan, Samsung! :-(

  2. SPenthusiast says:

    Samsung na nga yan pairapan pa sa pag update ng kitkat. mas mabuti pa LG smartphones.

    Isa pa ang dami nyo nang phones models samsung!

    pera2x lng habol ah tsk2x. Inirelease yung galaxy s5 tapos may irerelease pang galaxy s5 prime. grabe pera nanaman yan. habol ng habol naman mga tao makarinig lng ng samsung. tsk2x

  3. archie says:

    Sorry samsung, dumadami na ang competitors and already expecting xiaomi’s Philippine debut. You lost people since S3 dahil sa mabigat ninyong touchwiz.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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