We’ve approaching the time when a 2 GB RAM phone will become a low midranger, or an entry level unit, but we’re not there yet. Samsung is prepping such a midrange device, codenamed SM-G5510 and the model has just been certified by TENAA.
This will be a successor to the Galaxy Grand On (SM-G5500) and it’s said to include a 5 inch HD screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage. There’s also a 12 megapixel camera in the mix, a 5 MP selfie cam and this unit was also seen on Zauba, India’s import/export website, so it’s pretty much confirmed.
The design is rather generic, as shown by the TENAA renders, which reveal an approach common for the J5 series of phones and the J series in general. A fingerprint scanner is probably out of the picture and the case is most likely all plastic. It’s interesting to see a 12 MP cam, where so many device makers put a 13 MP shooter.