The Korean giant, Samsung unveiled four new low-end, low-cost smartphones for people trying to avoid the high price tag of its previous flagships like Note 3, S5 and S4. On Monday, the tech giant unveiled the Galaxy Core II, Galaxy Star II, Galaxy Ace 4 and Galaxy Young II all of which have smaller displays and less powerful processors than those high-end phones but run the latest Android 4.4 KitKat. Samsung emphasized on affordability while making these phones. However, it the specific pricing is still unclear but looking at the specs, anyone can tell that they are all budget phones. And I don’t think these are going to reach the US market.
The Galaxy Core II will be the best among these and here are its specifications-
768 MB RAM
4 GB Internal memory(Expandable via microSD card of upto 64 GB)
1.2 GHz Quad Core
4.5″ WVGA TFT
The Ace 4 has a 4-inch display and offers either a dual-core 1.2 GHz or dual-core 1.0 GHz processor. The Young II and Star II both have single-core 1.0 GHz processors and 3.5-inch displays.