Samsung launches the low-end Galaxy V Plus

Samsung has announced a new handset in Malaysia today called the Galaxy V Plus, don’t confuse it with the Galaxy S5 Plus because these two handsets are nothing like each other. The Galaxy V Plus is actually a low-end handset that costs under $100 and consequently doesn’t have very impressive specifications, but it’s going to be a good option for customers in the market for an affordable smartphone made by Samsung.

The Galaxy V Plus features a 4-inch TFT display with 800×480 pixel resolution, 1.2GHz dual-core processor with 512MB RAM, 2GB internal storage, microSD card slot, 3-megapixel rear and a 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera. 3G support is also present alongside A-GPS/GLONASS, the handset is powered by Android 4.4 KitKat with TouchWiz UI. Galaxy V Plus weighs in at 123 grams and is housed in a 10.7mm case. The device is already available through various online stores in Malaysia for about $80.

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How is this different from other Samsung low end phones? And btw, 2GB is actually 1.7GB. System would take 1.1GB at least, so it’d be 600MB for the user. After all the useless bloat ware updates, it’ll be around half that. The phone cache will be around 300MB, so you got 0MB for any app, so what’s the point of this phone, why not get $50 Nokia?


These phones should be banned from production


2 GB internal storage……………..