Samsung’s mid-range SM-G5510 smartphone gets TENAA certification
We first reported last month that Samsung is working on a new mid-range handset bearing model number SM-G5510. It appears to be a successor of the Galaxy Grand On (SM-G5500) with specifications that include a 5-inch HD display, Snapdragon 425 processor with 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage as well as a 12-megapixel rear and 5-megapixel front camera. We recently spotted it on an import tracker as it made the journey to India for testing and evaluation.
TENAA – China’s equivalent of the FCC – has now certified the SM-G5510. This step is usually taken as an indication that a rumored device is real and that it’s going to be out in the near future. All of the specs we have previously heard about have been reiterated in the TENAA listing which also brings us a couple of images of this handset. It looks like just about any other mid-range Android handset from Samsung so don’t expect anything too extraordinary. Samsung is yet to confirm when the SM-G5510 is going to be launched and how much it’s going to cost.