Samsung seems to be introducing a new mid-range dual-SIM smartphone in coming days. The alleged phone, called Samsung SM-G7106 has been revealed by Chinese regulatory authority Tenaa and looks pretty much similar to flagship Galaxy S4.

Purported image of Samsung  SM-G7106

Purported image of Samsung SM-G7106

If we talk about the specifications, then according to TENNA listing, the phone boasts 5.25-inch LCD display with 1280x720p resolution. It packs 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1.5GB RAM, and is said to be powered by Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. It includes 8MP rear camera as well. The phone weighs 163gms and measure 8.88 mm thick.

TENNA listing further suggests that the phone will support both GSM and WCDMA band indicating that the phone will be launched globally. However, there is no word on an expected launch date for the device.

Other Samsung related rumour claims that the company is also working on a smartphone with model number SM-G7102, which also has a 5.25-inch display and dual-SIM functionality. However this handset is said to be powered by quad-core Snapdragon 800 chipset which is most powerful processor in the world at the moment. It also runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Remaining specifications of this smartphone are still unclear at this point, and also there is no word on its official launch.

Source: ameblo.jp