Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Plus

Jan 19, 2017
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Plus

One of Samsung's latest value-orientated smartphones, the Galaxy Grand Prime Plus (also known as the Galaxy J2 Prime) is powered by MediaTek's MT6737T. This SoC includes a 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 quad-core processor, with Cat-4 4G LTE modem. The 5-inch smartphone runs Android 6, offers dual SIM capabilities, 5MP/8MP cameras and has been shown by Samsung in black, gold, and pink designs.

MediaTek's MT6737 is aimed at democratizing 4G technology, and the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Plus is an excellent example of a cost effective 3G-to-4G enabler for Android users.

The 'T' (Turbo) spec increases CPU frequencies up to 1.5GHz and the ARM Mali-T720MP2 GPU up to 600MHz.

Learn more about the MT6737.

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