A little over a month ago, an unidentified Galaxy smartphone was granted Wi-Fi certification. At the time, we guessed that the handset, which carries the model number SM-G532F, was the long-rumored Galaxy Grand Prime+ that showed up on the official Geekbench online database a couple of weeks before.
Unfortunately, we had no solid evidence to back up our claim. We were merely speculating. Now, however, Samsung has been granted a trademark for the Grand Prime+ branding in South Korea, which adds some substance to our initial claim that company is working on the device behind the scenes.
One of our reliable sources has also revealed that they spotted a link between the SM-G532F model number and the Galaxy Grand Prime+ product name in Samsung’s internal database, so we’re confident in saying that our initial post was, in fact, correct.
Much to our dismay, we don’t know a great deal about the specifications the unit is set to pack. Although, a recent benchmark test revealed that it’ll sport a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM and will ship running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.