The South Korean tech giant, Samsung is planning to introduce yet another phablet in coming days. Samsung SM-G7102, the alleged model number, is actually spotted at FCC website, which reveals it will be sporting a 5.2 inch display. The listing further revealed that it will be a dual-SIM smartphone.
As per the data collected from FCC, Samsung SM-G7102 will measure 75.1x147mm with unknown thickness. It will arrive with connectivity options like WiFi, 3G, Bluetooth and dual-SIM network support.
In addition to FCC report, guys at Phonearena.com have reportedly collected more information regarding the phone, from India import data website Zauba. According to the blog, Samsung SM-G7102’s display will be boasting resolution of 1280*720 pixels and it will be running on Android Jelly Bean 4.3 operating system.
That’s pretty much we know about this mysterious device from the Korean maker so far. However, its dual-SIM nature suggests that it will be released in the developing markets like India and parts of Europe. Also, it could be a revamped version of Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos
, which has been a great success for the company in regions like India.
In other news, Samsung has announced that it will be releasing smartphones with displays bearing 560ppi pixels densities and 4K resolution by 2014-2015. Company’s next flagship, Samsung Galaxy S5
also is rumored to arrive with a 16 MP camera in the first quarter of 2014.