Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro; great specs, reasonable price


    Going by Sammy yardstick it comes with rather smaller 47 inch screen. Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro comes with great specs, reasonable price

    Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro has been announced in Indian market as yet another addition to the company’s thriving mid-range lineup in the country. It is also touted as a small screen variant of the Galaxy Grand, the cheaper edition of Samsung’s Galaxy Note phablet series. In western markets, the Quattro is named Galaxy Win. The device is indeed a cool phone with a modest 4.7-inch display as well as a quad core processor onboard. Here is our rundown to the Galaxy Grand Quattro and its major specs and specialties.

    Samsung highlights powerful performance, enhanced photo-taking 5MP rear camera, Easy Mode, Motion UI and dual SIM capability as the major attributions of the handset. Needless to say, in style and design, it just resembles the Grand Duos, a highly successful low price phablet from Samsung. The South Korean tech giant has made it clear that the Quattro has been designed in inspiration from the success of Grand Duos.

    “Galaxy Grand Quattro is a revolutionary device that combines powerful performance with smart multi tasking and advanced usability. Following the success of the Galaxy Grand introduced in January this year, we are confident that the Galaxy Grand Quattro will meet the needs of consumers looking for the ‘Grand’ experience in a slightly smaller display” said Vineet Taneja, Country Head, Samsung Mobile while announcing the device for Indian market.

    Galaxy Grand Quattro Specs
    The new Samsung handset sports a 4.7-inch TFT display that offers a nice resolution of 480 x 800 (WVGA) pixels at 199-ppi. It is the major element that puts the gadget different from Grand Duos that is a 5-inch phablet. Everyone doesn’t like large screen form factor, and so the Quattro will be a cool pick for those want tiny device with a ‘Grand’ experience, though. Beneath the cover, the Quattro outfits a powerful 1.2GHz quad core processor, better RAM and graphical processor.

    The handset touts a 5MP CMOS rear camera with LED flash and autofocus; it can take video at only 720p. Its front camera is a VGA unit that is enough for a user to make video chatting with neat clarity. A 2,000mAh battery is what powers the device up and it can offer a talk time around 11 hours, the company claims. Important connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi hotspot, DLNA, Bluetooth and a microUSB 2.0 port.

    Galaxy Grand Quattro Special Features
    All top phones from Samsung always have some extra features beyond what Android usually offers. Enhanced photo-taking camera is a notable item that enables the device to avail features like Continuous Shot, Best Photo, Colour Effect and Scene Mode for better images and video.

    Well, most of the time, top-of-the-line phones are highly rich when it comes to camera features. Easy Mode is another thing of attraction with the Grand Quattro that lets users access key functions such as favorite contacts, apps and dialer quickly on its home screen.

    Galaxy Grand Quattro Price & Availability
    Samsung has just unraveled the device in India, eyeing at the budget conscious customers, who want to relish the experience and power of Galaxy Grand on a small screen device. Being a dual SIM phone, of course it might get better attention in Indian market, which is known for its favor toward dual SIM handsets. Anyway, Samsung has started to sell the device in the Indian market for a price of 16,900.

    A lot of online vendors including Best Buy, Flipkart and others avail the gadget for that price. Chance is also there that depending on diverse vendors, price may have some slight changes. Anyway, in short, Galaxy Grand Quattro is a great phone for all those who want to buy a powerful phone with relatively smaller prices, indeed.


    1. excellent smart phone with good price 17500/- , good battery backup with 2000 mah , quard core processor , 1 gb ram and 800 x 480 resolution lcd tft screen

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