Samsung announced a bevy of new smartphones targeted at the budget segment earlier this week, with all devices running Android 4.4 KitKat and a lightweight version of TouchWiz. While pricing details weren't divulged at the time, Samsung's Netherlands site has revealed how much the devices would cost in the region.
The Galaxy Ace 4 is priced at a hefty €219, the Galaxy Core 2 is priced at €179 and the Galaxy Young 2 at €99. The site did not mention how much the Galaxy Star 2 would cost, but considering that it shared most of its specs with the Galaxy Young 2, the device will likely cost in the vicinity of €99. To know more about the specs of these devices, head on over to the announcement post.
Samsung's pricing does not seem realistic, considering devices with much better hardware, like the Moto G, are available for a similar price. It is likely we'll see a price decrease once the models go on sale.
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