Samsung silently unveiled a new mid-range Android smartphone in the Chinese market on Wednesday. Dubbed as Galaxy Trend 3, the new smartphone succeeds the company’s previously launched Galaxy Trend and Trend 2 handsets.
As per the product listings on Samsung China website, the company is introducing four variants of the phone in China – SM-G3502, SM-G3502U, SM-G3508, and SM-G3509. Most of the specifications of these four variants are same, but there are still a few differences like the network support and Android version. SM-G3502 and SM-G3502U run on Android 4.2 and support WCDMA/ GSM, while the other two variants come with Android 4.1 and support CDMA/ GSM (G3509) and TDSDMA/ GSM (G3508).
Other specifications of the phones include 4.3-inch WVGA display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1800 mAh battery, and 3MP rear camera (5MP in SM-G3502U).
There is no word on pricing or availability in other countries, however these will go on sale in China next month.