One year after launching wide 2, Samsung has now unveiled it’s successor Galaxy Wide 3. The company has announced the entry-level smartphone in South Korea with SK Telecomm which is a South Korean wireless telecommunications operator. The smartphone is the descendant of Galaxy Wide and Wide 2 and will go on sale from today at price 297,000 SKW. The SK Telecomm has previously made 70 percent users by selling over 1.3 million units of Galaxy Wide 2. The company has designed this phone for the people of over 40 years of age. As they want large size display at friendly price. Therefore the phone doesn’t have fingerprint sensor, dual camera and outrun the attractive additional features.
Samsung Galaxy Wide 3: Specifications, Price and Features
The specifications of Galaxy Wide 3 includes a 1.6GHz octa-core processor alongside 2GB of RAM. It matches same as Galaxy Wide 2. The internal storage of 32GB comes with the device which has a extend feature via MicroSD card upto max 400GB. A 3300mAh battery fuels up the phone which gives maximum hours of output. A 13-MP camera having focal aperture of 1.7 sits at the back of the phone along the LED flash. While, for taking selfie another 13-MP sensor having f1.9 aperture is installed at the front. It has no selfie flash but features screen Unlocking feature using Facial Recognition system. The rear camera is capable of shooting in 1080 pixels.
The Galaxy Wide 3 flaunts a 5.5-inch IPS display with HD resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. The Indian prices are 18729 INR which is upto 276 US Dollar. As far as availability of color is reachable, the Galaxy Wide 3 comes in Black and Silver. Also, the device has a glossy finish and suited with a inbuilt speaker whose power is 1.2W. There is still no reports for launch of the handset in another country.