We can now call Samsung a custom handset maker since they basically have a series for every type of consumer out there. Now whether these handsets make sense or not actually depends on what the competitor is cooking up.
Like for example the newly launched Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo is now available at retail price of Rs 19,010. The handset comes with 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, Android Jelly Bean V 4.2 on board and a 5 MP camera with LED flash. Dual SIM with dual standby is also available and so is a sufficient 2100 mAh battery unit. The display being rather big at 5 inches, is still stuck at 800 x 480 pixels.
The Moto G on the other hand comes with similar specs, only lacking a Micro SD card slot and a Dual-SIM setup. Build quality would be again in favour of the Moto G which also sports a pixel-dense HD (1280x720 pixel) screen and comes with little customisations meaning your device wont lag a few months down the line.
Samsung’s GALAXY Grand Neo is now available in Black and White and is priced at 19,010 in stores and Rs 17, 901 online. The Moto G only obtainable online is available for Rs 13,999 and as per Flipkart will be back in stock soon.