Samsung Baffin Specifications and Price - South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung Electronics is reportedly gearing up for the release of a new quad-core smartphone on the local market, one that has been spotted with the codename of Samsung Baffin and model number SHV-E270.
Issue, Samsung Baffin, with OS Jelly Bean and Quad Core - As we know that a mobile phone is equipped with Quad Core processor is a mobile phone that can be said to be luxurious and expensive which is aimed at the top or among those who have the budget is sufficient, but it is now rumored that Qualcomm as the maker of the world's biggest mobile 'm trying to make a Quad Core processor at an affordable price or cheaper.
Samsung Baffin Concept (engadget)
Samsung Baffin Price
Apparently measures prepared by the Qualcomm to create a Quad Core processor with low price will be preceded by the Korean producers from Samsung which is informed are making a Quad Core aimed for the middle to the bottom, Quad Core will be sold at a price cheaper later and the phone is named Samsung Baffin with model number SHV-E270.
Samsung Baffin Specifications
Flashing its codename "Baffin" in the documents, this device does not seem destined for an appearance beyond Korean borders, but a unique blend of specs and rumors that it will arrive as the "Galaxy Grand" continue to intrigue.
Samsung Baffin main Specs rumor:
- 1.4GHz (possibly quad-core) CPU
- LTE connectivity
- 800x480 WVGA display
- Easier to read with bigger icons and letters
- Large 5-inch low res screen (as opposed to the 5-inch 1080p pixel density monsters we're now accustomed to)
- with a quad-core CPU pushing Android 4.1
- Smart Stay features plus a 2
- 100mAh battery
We're not sure if it will increase your parent's scores in Fruit Ninja, but vision-challenged KT, LG U+ and SK Telecom customers may have an interesting decision to make very soon.
The Samsung Baffin should hit the market at SK Telecom (SHV-E270S), KT (SHV-E270K) and LG U+ (SHV-E270L) in the country (with LTE / W-CDMA / GSM connectivity for the first and LTE/CDMA2000/W-CDMA/GSM bands for the second).