Another Prime will soon follow in the footsteps of the selfie-centric Galaxy Grand Prime, the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime. While it's camera department is less impressive it seems like the new Core will compensate with LTE connectivity.
Several versions of the Galaxy Core Prime have passed through TENAA (SM-G3606, G3608 and G3609), all of then being dual-SIMs and having TD-LTE connctivity. Two have international LTE, and mainly differ in 2G/3G (whether its GSM or CDMA).
Indian retailer Flipkart has put up the phone on pre-order prematurely and offers better images and more detailed specs. There's no LTE in this version and only one SIM slot. Keep in mind these specs are not officially confirmed by Samsung and may change.
The Samsung Galaxy Core Prime is relatively thin (8.8mm), packs a 4.5" PLS LCD screen with WVGA resolution and runs Android 4.4 KitKat on a quad-core 1.3GHz processor with 1GB of RAM. The main camera shoots 5MP stills and 1080p video and there's a 2MP front-facing camera. There's also 8GB of expandable storage and a 2,000mAh battery.
The price of the Indian variation of the Core Prime is INR 8,500, which works out to $140 or €110. There's no info on when it will be unveiled officially but it can't be long now. Overall, the Galaxy Core Prime is quite similar to the Galaxy Core LTE and Galaxy Core Lite LTE.