The Value Edition of the popular budget device, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime, had surfaced a few weeks ago. And now the handset, which is powered by a Spreadtrum chipset, has appeared on benchmark app, GeekBench.
Before getting into how it fared against the Galaxy Grand Prime on the benchmark test, let’s find out what makes the Value Edition different from its regular variant. Well, it runs Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box instead of Android 4.4 KitKat. And it is powered by a quad core Spreadtrum SC8830 SoC based on Cortex-A7, while the regular version sports Snapdragon 410 processor.
According to a GSMArena user’s tip, the CPU of the handset – Codenamed SGGPVE – is clocked at 1.3 GHz. Paired with 1GB of RAM, the processor doesn’t measure up to the performance of the regular Galaxy Grand Prime (Check the result below). Don’t let the slightly worse performance disappoint you, as the handset could be priced slightly cheaper as well.
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