Monday , October 23 2017

Samsung quietly releases Galaxy Star Pro for the Indian market

Samsung Galaxy Star Pro
Its not normally like Samsung to forget to announce a new device, but that’s what has happened to the newest entry level model in the Samsung Galaxy range – the Samsung Galaxy Star Pro.

The Samsung Galaxy Star Pro, is an entry level Android based smartphone for beginners or people just looking for a cheaper alternative device. It’s has some pretty basic specs, but enough grunt to satisfy a basic smartphone user

  • 4-inch display – 480 x 800 pixel resolution
  • Dual-SIM Capabilities
  • 1 GHz Cortex A5 processor
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 2 megapixel rear camera
  • 4GB on board storage but expandable to 32GB via microSD
  • Bluetooth & WiFi connectivity
  • 1,500mAh battery providing 15 hours on call or up to 370 hours of standby time
  • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Strangely enough though, the Galaxy Star Pro does lack 3G connectivity, although BGR India and GSM Arena have not confirmed, it’s most likely a 2G only device. Samsung Galaxy Star Pro is currently available in India for INR6,989 (about AUD$119.25) and we really wouldn’t be upset if Samsung decided to keep it there ;).

 
Source: GSM Arena.

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4 Comments on "Samsung quietly releases Galaxy Star Pro for the Indian market"

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taciturn
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taciturn

and we really wouldn’t be upset if Samsung decided to keep it there

Why? Because you think you live in a PREMIUM market? Think again. You live in a market where Aldi and Kogan launch cheap phones just to cash in on the smartphone craze and unknown tablet brands are sold by the dozen.

Alex D
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Alex D

We report on what we think would be useful. Some people who read this website may have family over in India so they may wish to find out about this device without the spin that usual comes with reporting on a device!

Taciturn
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Taciturn

Agreed and, being one of Ausdroid ‘s avid followers, I expect no less from its writers (i.e expect writing sans the spin). But still don’t get your final comment…

Chris
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It may have been a bit tongue in cheek.

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