Finally the wait is over and we will get to see some new smartphones from both Samsung and LG among which we got confirmations on two smartphones from Samsung and one from LG through some sources.
The Galaxy Grand 2 is a successor to Galaxy Grand and will have a 5.2-inch display supporting a resolution of 720p, a rear 8MP shooter with LED and a front 1.9MP camera, a quad core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz, 1.5 GB of RAM and 2600mAh battery. The Galaxy Grand was a pretty affordable smartphone when it came out and we have the same hopes for Galaxy Grand 2 as well.
Now Galaxy Note 3 Neo from Samsung is something new as it will be equipped with a new processor known as the hexa-core and will have 6-cores instead of 8-cores on octa processors. It will be have a 5.5-inch display supporting a resolution of 720p, 2 GB of RAM and a hexa-core having 6-cores of which 2 cores will be clocked at 1.7 GHz while the other 4-cores will be clocked at 1.3 GHz. Sadly this won’t be a budget smartphones but it will sure attract those who wanted a Note 3 in a much manageable screen size.
Lastly the LG G Pro 2 from LG which will have an enormous 6-inch screen which will support a resolution of full HD 1080, 3 GB of RAM and probably a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800. The battles between smartphone companies for the year 2014 have already started and looks like this time around it will be a tough one as the specs on all the smartphones are almost the same but still things look pretty good for Samsung whereas not so much for LG as it struggled a lot with its LG G2 last year, but it’s a new year so let’s see which smartphones stands on top.
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