Samsung Galaxy V Plus Has Two SIMs And Kitkat For Just $82

By 03:55 Mon, 26 Jul 2021 Comments

While there's an onslaught of affordable Lumias, but Samsung has been trying to counteract them with the likes of the Galaxy J1 and now the Samsung Galaxy V Plus. It's the successor to last year's Galaxy V and brings dual-SIM connectivity and Android 4.4 KitKat at $82.

It's a budacquire phone and the upgrades over the non-Plus version are not immediately clear. The Galaxy V Plus has a 4" 480 x 800px screen, a dual-core 1.2Giga Hertz (GHz) processor and just 512Mega Bytes (MB) RAM. If you think the Random-Access Memory (RAM) is limiting, the available storage is just 2GB (presumably that's out of 4GB total, that's how much the non-Plus has). Thankfully, there's a microSD slot.

So far, so similar. The capturing camera is the same too, a 3MP shooter with 480p video (the video went up to 30fps though) and a 480p selfie camera. Same connectivity too, two microSIMs, 3G data speeds and Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) b/g/n. The battery maintains its 1,500mAh capacity.

Samsung Galaxy V Plus

At $82 the Samsung Galaxy V Plus is targeted directly at the likes of Lumia 435. We're just not too sure what the "Plus" is for though.

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