Monday, 16 December 2013


Samsung has today announced a new mid-
range smartphone, the Galaxy Core Advance.
With a
1.2GHz dual-core CPU,
1GB of RAM,
a 4.7-inch WVGA display,
a 2,000mAh battery and
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
running the show, the
Galaxy Core Advance doesn’t stand out much in
terms of specs. But Samsung is highlighting a
range of new accessibility options on this
device, designed to make it easier to use for
disabled users and those with visual
A new optical scan feature uses the camera to
recognize text, and reads it aloud. A new light-
sensing feature can detect the direction and
brightness of light. And an instant voice
recorder app allows users to make quick spoken
notes. “Screen curtain” allows the device to be

operated with a black screen, “to ensure
privacy and save battery life.” A voice-guided
camera app can also provide audio feedback on
the picture being taken, for example giving the
number of faces detected in the image.
The Galaxy Core Advance also sports a soft-
touch plastic rear, much like the black Galaxy
Note 3, in place of the glossy plastic more
commonly found on Samsung smartphones. And
there’s a Galaxy S4 Active-style physical button
setup on the front of the device, presumably to
allow users to more easily feel each button
before pressing.
Samsung says Galaxy Core Advance will be
made available in “deep blue” and “pearl
white” color options early in 2014, and should
cost 38k or 41k only.
Is Samsung confusing phone buyers with so
many different mobiles Just like Tecno Mobile?
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