Samsung SM-G5108Q is a new midrange handset, that has been spotted on the WiFi Alliance website and it appears to be well specced enough for a selfie midranger. The device has been approved by the TENAA authority, which is basically China’s FCC.



The Chinese authority also showed pictures of the device, that you can check out below. The smartphone features Android 4.4.4 KitKat as the OS, a 1.2 GHz quad core processor, a 4.8 inch 540 x 960 pixel display and 1 GB of RAM. There’s  8 GB of storage inside, an 8 MP back shooter and a 5 MP front cam. The handset measures 8 mm in thickness and weighs 132.4 grams.

It seems to adopt a plastic case, with a leather-like texture and integrates a pretty big flash and speaker next to the camera. The back cover is probably removable and most likely the battery is as well. The 5 MP camera can be read as a way to make this model a selfie-oriented one.


Via mysamsungphones

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