Alleged renders and full specs of the Samsung Galaxy Stellar 2 leaked online

A new leak out of China suggests Samsung will be releasing a successor to the Galaxy Stellar 4G from 2012 very soon. The smartphone, which is said to be dubbed the Galaxy Stellar 2 will carry the model number SCH-I300.

The Galaxy Stellar 2 will apparently feature a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED display with 720 x 1280 HD resolution. While the display size is a bit small by today’s standards, the rest of the key specifications of the smartphone don’t sound bad at all. Powering the Galaxy Stellar 2 will be Qualcomm’s mid-range Snapdragon 626 octa-core chipset, paired with a decent 2.5GB of RAM. In terms of storage, the upcoming handset will include 32GB of built-in storage, which will be expanded further thanks to a microSD card slot. However, it remains to be seen if Samsung will offer a dedicated microSD card slot or opt for the more popular hybrid dual SIM configuration.

In the camera department, the Samsung Galaxy Stellar 2 is surprisingly not very impressive at all. The smartphone will feature a 5MP resolution snapper at the rear and a very disappointing 1.2MP resolution selfie camera on the front. Connectivity wise, the smartphone will offer all the usual Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and 4G LTE. Keeping the lights on will be a 3500mAh capacity battery with Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 support.

In terms of design, the Galaxy Stellar 2 will come with a polycarbonate build, although it will feature a metal frame in the middle. A fingerprint scanner will be present as well, mounted on the front of the handset. As for the software, the handset will run on Android 7.0 Nougat operating system out of the box, with Samsung’s Android skin running on top. The leak suggests Samsung will price the Galaxy Stellar 2 at 699 yuan (Rs.6,600 approx.).

 

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