The Grand Prime has a fairly conservative design. It has a rectangular shape with rounded corners and a mock metal frame. The plastic back cover is removable and comes in white and gray variants. The smartphone measures 5.7 x 2.84 x 0.34 inches and weighs 5.50 ounces.
The primary camera on the Galaxy Grand Prime is an 8 MP sensor that is coupled with auto focus and LED flash for an enhanced imaging performance and support to record FHD 1080p video recording. This camera is supplemented with a front-facing 5 MP selfie snapper that has 85 degree wide angle lens to click wide selfies.
A quad-core processor of unspecified chipset ticking at 1.2 GHz clock speed operates under the hood of the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime. This processor is aided by 1 GB of RAM that is required for a moderate multi-tasking performance.
Being an Android based latest smartphone, the new Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime obviously runs on the latest Android version of 4.4 KitKat, which in itself offers a lot of enhanced capabilities.
The battery capacity of the Samsung phone is 2,600 mAh that is pretty standard in devices with similar pricing. Also, this battery is rated to pump in a backup of up to 17 hours on 3G.
The new Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime is a good phone with nice cameras and selfie centric features to make the phone attractive enough for the potential buyers. However, the phone can’t be termed as excellent as it comes with standard hardware and features along with a basic display with a price tag of $220 dollar.