We’ve already heard of the rumors that Samsung is going to release the Galaxy Note 3 Neo but then another Neo branded device of the company has been launched first. The Samsung Galaxy S III Neo+ got launched in the Chinese market recently. It’s similar to the Galaxy S III apart from its dual-SIM feature (3G + GSM) and its use of Android 4.3 straight out of the box.
Camera: 8MP with LED flash capable of 1080p video recording
Dimensions: 136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6mm
This device has been recently listed in the Samsung China website. In terms of physical design it is quite similar to the S III having the same exact dimensions however having a difference of only 1 gram in weight.
The 4.8 inch SuperAMOLED display of the device allows it to produce real life color and since it is in HD even the smallest detail is visible. This makes it perfect for viewing multimedia content such as photos and videos.
The device sports a 1.4GHz quad-core processor of an unknown make. If we were to guess it could possibly be using an Exynos 4 Quad 4412 with four Cortex-A9 cores or a Snapdragon 400 with Cortex-A7 processor. Whichever among the two this device is using still makes it perform well and will provide consumers with a seamless multitasking experience. One of the characteristics of a quad-core processor is that it makes apps startup quickly and makes pages load faster.
One of the key features of the Samsung Galaxy S III Neo+ is that it comes with dual-SIM functionality. The primary SIM is capable to support a WCDMA network while the second SIM is capable of supporting a GSM network. This makes it perfect for use when consumers are looking for a solution to separate work and personal contacts or simply just want to take advantage of lower calling charges of one network and the lower data charges of another network.
The pricing and exact release date of this model has not been announced yet but we’re sure it will be hitting the Chinese market anytime soon.