Galaxy Grand NeoEntry-level 5-inch handset for €260

Last year's Samsung Galaxy Grand sought to bring users a big-screen Android experience without a similarly large price tag. Now it seems we have a successor for 2014 — the Galaxy Grand Neo, a 5.01-incher with a WVGA display, quad-core CPU and HSPA+ (21Mbps) data speeds. The Grand Neo sports a traditional plastic-backed Samsung design with silver trim, along with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and Samsung's TouchWix UI. There's also 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage (expandable via microSD), an 5-megapixel camera and 2100mAh battery. Not the specciest of specs for sure, but we're looking at an entry-level product here.

The Grand Neo has shown up on Samsung's Levant website alongside a spec sheet and photo gallery, and a price for the device — €260 off contract — has appeared on Dutch outlet Belsimpel, where it's available to buy.

The Galaxy Grand Neo's arrival follows the emergence in recent days of the Galaxy Note 3 Neo — a mid-range version of the Note 3 sporting a smaller screen and cut-down specs.

Source: SamMobile, Samsung, Belsimpel

 
There are 9 comments

rampage1979 says:

These names keep getting longer and longer.

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MartyDel says:

+7 1/8

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DWR_31 says:

We now know that Neo means cheap.

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Very rarely am I critical of this site and I try to understand that there's a very wide, global following. But man I get sick of front page posts about another random Samsung Galaxy device that wont sell over 100 units because it's only available in one very small region.

drdeath91 says:

Is TouchWix different than touchwiz?

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Habiib says:

Touchwix is for kidz...

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NoNexus says:

Silly rabbit

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nevetsca says:

Wow, Samsung does it again. Another generic-looking Samsung-eske phone which pollutes the otherwise diverse smartphone market.

vpblaze says:

Entry level or not, why would any phone being released today not come with Android 4.4 or at the very least 4.3!

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