• Samsung Electronics have added a new member to the Galaxy family with the launch of Galaxy Core Advance. Samsung have stuck with their theory of “bigger is better” and given the Galaxy Core Advance a rather large 4.7inch TFT display with an unimpressive WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) resolution. Since many Samsung Android offerings feel plastic-y the Korean electronics giant has tried something different with the Galaxy Core Advance by giving it a ‘Soft Feel’ coating on its rear cover. Samsung claims that this coating makes the smartphone more durable and easier to grip. It is quite surprising to find so many hardware buttons on the Galaxy Core Advance. Most Galaxy devices have a physical home button and capacitive keys for menu and back followed by dedicated keys for power/lock and volume rocker. The Galaxy Core Advance has got dedicated hardware keys for camera, volume, menu, home, power and rather interestingly one for the voice recorder.

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    Coming to the tech specs, the Samsung Core Advance runs Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) on an unspecified 1.2 GHz dual core processor with 1GB of RAM. The smartphone has an internal memory of 8GB and it uses microSD cards to expand the storage to up to 64 GB. It possesses an average 5MP rear and a VGA front shooter. It has got Wi-Fi, USB, NFC and Bluetooth connectivity and uses GPS and GLONASS for navigation. The Galaxy Core Advance will reach shelves by next year and will come in Deep Blue and Pearl White variants. Samsung has not disclosed the price of the smartphone but we predict it to be a mid-range offering.

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