Traces of the upcoming, mid-range E700 found on Samsung’s website

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Last updated: December 4th, 2014 at 14:14 UTC+02:00

Samsung’s on a spree of sorts; the company’s been dishing out ‘premium mid-range’ phones such as the Galaxy A5, the Galaxy A3 and the likes. What’s interesting is that the company’s managed to garner quite a lot of interest in these devices. But it appears that Samsung is still working on bringing out some new budget smartphones. Its official  website reveals the existence of the SM-E700H smartphone, which is allegedly in the works. We also learned about the device having a 720p display, and a 32-bit processor with a 1.5GHz clock frequency from the entry.  It’ll also come with only Android v4.4 KitKat out of the box, perhaps a disappointment to users who like to stay on top of their software.

The SM-E700H (which could be called as the Galaxy E7), besides the aforementioned internals, is expected to feature a 5.5-inch display to probably make for a budget phablet. An entry in the Indian import database Zuaba reveals the screen size, though there is nothing on the official website with regards to that yet. Wonder what market Samsung is targeting with the SM-E700H?

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