With a sleek design and extensive features, the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime is all that you could wish for back in 2015. Impressive design and unmatched specifications are what had made the smartphone a winner in its time.
The Samsung Galaxy Core Prime was launched in November 2014 with a GSM/HSPA/LTE technology. Having dimensions of 130.8×67.9×8.8 mm and weighing about 130g, the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime was not only smooth and light on the hands but also premium in its outlook.
It has a built-in glass front and plastic back and frame. The key buttons are available n the smartphone for enhanced ease of use of the users. It has a physical home button at the bottom of the screen in the front and volume and power or lock buttons on the sides.
The phone comes with a Qualcomm MSM8916 Snapdragon 410 chipset, a quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 processor, and Adreno 306 GPU that provides ample power for running all the applications smooth and lag-free.
The Core Prime smartphone runs on Android 4.4.4 KitKat operating system, which is upgradable to 5.1.1 LolliPop that smoothly runs all its programs and apps in its background. It has a 1 GB RAM and 8 GB internal memory and has expandable storage up to 64GB.
The TFT 4.5-inch display offers a proper delivery of colors and images with a resolution of 800×480 megapixels. It is embedded with a 2MP selfie camera and a 5MP primary camera, which features an LED flash with 720p video quality.
It also offers various other camera settings like beauty face, best photo, and more. Undoubtedly, a layback from smartphones today, the Samsung Galaxy Prime Core, was a recognized device in 2015.
The smartphone offers a 2000 mAh battery, which lasts up to 10 hours at a stretch for medium to high usage. It supports both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity of the 2.4GHz network. Also, the smartphone has a dedicated microSD slot up to 64 GB.
It has an in-built 2.0 micro-USB facility, GPS, and an FM radio features. Apart from this, the phone has other sensors, which include an accelerometer and proximity digital TV sensors.
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Prime Core can be a weak competitor if you would compare it with the new and advanced smartphones of today. But, at the time and technology, it is a great option and preference by most of the users.