Samsung Kicks Off Galaxy Grand 2 Pre-Booking in India, Price Still Unclear

The smartphone comes with dual-SIM support and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

Although Samsung officially introduced the Galaxy Grand 2 in India more than two weeks ago, it’s still unclear when exactly the smartphone goes on sale.

Only a handful of authorized resellers listed the smartphone and offered customers the option to pre-book the Galaxy Grand 2 in exchange for a small fee that would be deducted from the handset’s final price.

Today, AndroidOS reports Samsung kicked off pre-booking for the Galaxy Grand 2 as well. However, unlike other online retailers, Samsung is asking slightly for more money from those who wish to pre-book the Galaxy Grand 2 through its official online store.

In this regard, Android fans in India who wish to pre-book the Galaxy Grand 2 via Samsung will have to pay Rs 2,000 ($32 / €24), which, of course, will be adjusted in the final sale price of the handset.

Speaking of which, Samsung has yet to confirm the amount for which the Galaxy Grand 2 will sell in India. The South Korean company stated the smartphone will be available for a price between Rs 22,999 ($370 / €270) and Rs 24,999 ($400 / €295) outright.

It’s also unclear exactly when the Galaxy Grand 2 hits shelves in India, but given the fact that pre-booking has already started, we expect the smartphone to arrive by the end of this month.

For those unfamiliar with the phone’s specs sheet, here is a quick round up of the main features. Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 ships with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system out of the box and offer dual-SIM support.

The smartphone is equipped with a quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz, which is complemented by 1.5GB of RAM. It also packs 8GB of internal memory and microSD memory card for storage expansion (up to 64GB).

Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 sports a large 5.25-inch capacitive touchscreen display that supports HD (720p) resolution, as well as an enhanced 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with autofocus, LED flash and full HD (1080p) video recording.

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