Samsung launches Galaxy Grand Max in South Korea

With the CES underway, we thought that we will get news about new smartphones being unveiled by Samsung there, boy were we wrong! CES was relatively quiet, we didn’t see any new smartphones being introduced by the big giant. That being said it does not mean that the manufacturer has been lying low, to date the company has unveiled 6 smartphones in the last few days. Today the company introduced Galaxy Grand Max in South Korea.


Galaxy Grand Max is a new addition to the company’s mid-range category. The device sports a 5.25-inch 720 X 1280 display and is powered by 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, the chipset used is not confirmed. The phone makes use of 1.5 GB RAM and 16 GB of internal storage that can be extended. It also features a 13-megapixel main and 5-megapixel front cameras. The company has added some new editing and voice commands options for taking selfies. Grand Max supports LTE Cat 4 connectivity and is powered by a 2500mAh battery.

Galaxy Grand Max will go on sale on 9th January and will retail at $190. Currently the smartphone will only be available in South Korea and no information about it being launched in any other market is made public by the company. The smartphone represents the company’s effort to boost its dismal sales graph. Samsung faces increasing competition from companies who are producing affordable smartphones with advanced specs and if it wants to retain its position as the global market leader, it needs to re-think everything, go back to the drawing board and see what is it that made their company stand out.

So what do you say does Samsung have a winner with Galaxy Grand Max?




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