Samsung might be working on yet another low-end smartphone, it turns out. This time we're talking about the Galaxy Core Prime Value Edition, a revamped version of the original Core Prime from last year.
Don't expect the specs to be improved, though. The Galaxy Core Prime Value Edition was spotted in a listing on the website of a Dutch retailer.
Thankfully that means we get a short spec list too. The new handset should sport a 4.5-inch touchscreen, a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, 8GB of built-in storage, 4G LTE support, a 5 MP rear camera, and a 2 MP unit for selfies.
It will run Android 5.1 Lollipop from day one, unlike its predecessor which launched on KitKat and is upgradeable to Android 5.0.2 right now.
Aside from the Android version, the specs that got out seem to be identical to those of the original Core Prime, so like all Value Editions before it, this one isn't a huge upgrade either.
The Galaxy Core Prime Value Edition will apparently become available next month. Specifically, in the Netherlands you'll be able to grab one from July 23. As for pricing, it should go for around the same amount as the model it's replacing.