Samsung Galaxy Core

Samsung adds to Galaxy line with new Kitkat budget phones

Samsung is looking to expand its line of Galaxy phones (does anyone actually know how many there are now?) with four new additions that will sit cleanly at the “budget phone” strata for the South Korean smartphone giant – the Galaxy Core II, Galaxy Ace 4, Galaxy Young 2, and the Galaxy Star 2. Allow us to briefly take you through the highlights of each.

Samsung Galaxy Core 2 Duos, Pocket 2 leaked toting dual SIM

Samsung has innumerable Android devices in all price ranges that it is almost impossible to distinguish one from the other by name or even by appearance. To add even more to that confusion, the manufacturer seems to be hell bent on releasing the next generation of its Galaxy Core and Galaxy Pocket devices, sporting dual SIM capabilities quite popular in certain markets.

Samsung Galaxy Core Lite is a budget 4G smartphone

The rationale for the original Samsung Galaxy Core smartphone was to provide a lower-end option for those who wanted a phone that looked like and acted like the current Samsung flagship phone at that point. The same is true with newly unveiled Samsung Galaxy Core Lite, probably one of the cheapest Samsung smartphone units to offer Long Term Evolution (LTE) connectivity included in an entry-level spec sheet.

Samsung Galaxy Core LTE unveiled with Jelly Bean

Samsung has unveiled the latest in the Galaxy line of devices. This one is the Galaxy Core LTE, though depending on the market, it may also be known as the Galaxy Core 4G. To that point, Samsung plans to have this handset available for those in Europe and Russia, as well as select countries in Asia.