A new device has been spotted on Samsung China’s website. Thanks to one eagle-eyed reader, we know Samsung will soon release Galaxy Win Pro (SM-G3812) in the world’s biggest telecom market.
The phone looks to be a China-centric version of the Galaxy Express 2 but instead of a dual-core processor found on the Express 2, the Galaxy Win Pro is equipped with a 1.2GHz quad-core processor. There’s no word on the RAM but the phone supports dual-SIM connectivity, 4.5-inch qHD display (960×540), 5MP main camera with front-facing VGA, microSD card slot, 2100mAh battery, Android 4.2 OS, Sound & Shot, Pop Up Play and more.
Another device that has surfaced on the website is Galaxy Grand (GT-I9118), which is more or less similar to the original Galaxy Grand but supports dual-SIM function with TD-SCDMA.