MWC 2014 is nearly upon us but Samsung couldn't wait to show off its heavily spoiled mid-range phone, the Galaxy Grand Neo.
Many of its specs were previously reported, but now the Neo has officially been outed as packing a 5-inch, 480 x 800 display. Packed inside the nearly square-looking handset lies a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, backed up with 1GB RAM and 8GB of expandable storage.
The handset has a bit of girth measuring in at 143.7 x 77.1 x 9.6mm and a slog on the software side running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. On the backside you'll find a 5MP camera, and on the front a simple VGA shooter.
Other specs for this understated phone include a 2,100mAh battery pack and Bluetooth 4.0. With HSPA+ and GSM radios in tow - plus dual-SIM card slots to boot - it's likely to come to a number of carriers. Sadly, there's no support for LTE.
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Samsung didn't attach any availability dates with the official announcement. However, we spotted the phone already up for pre-orders with a Netherlands retailer for €260 (about $355/£214/AU$405).
The price is a little inflated thanks to additional tax, but the handset will run into plenty of competition at that price point. For slightly less screen real estate and a much lower price, users should look to the Motorola Moto G.