Since a long time, Samsung has been busy capturing the premium segment of the smartphone market. With Galaxy S4, Note 3, Galaxy Mega and Galaxy S3 it has tasted hell lot of success. Now it has set its eyes back on the segment from where its success story started, the budget segment. Aiming to taste success here too, it has launched Galaxy Trend S7392.
Galaxy Trend S7392 comes with a 4 inch touchscreen with a resolution of 480 X 800. It got a single core processor and 512 MB RAM. A 4 GB internal memory(available to user 2.05 GB) with a micro SD port for expanding the storage upto 32 GB is also present. Galaxy Trend S7392 runs on Android Jelly Bean. It also offers dual SIM support. Coming to the camera, Galaxy Trend S7392 features a 3 MP camera with CMOS lens sans LED flash. It can also shoot HD videos at 30 frames per second. No front facing camera is present. Since the phone is low on hardware power, Samsung has included Chrome Lite browser in order to compensate for the same and provide users with a hassle free web browsing experience. This phone can provide internet speeds upto 14.4 HSDPA which in simple terms mean average mobile internet speed. A good inclusion in Galaxy Trend S7392 is Bluetooth 4.0. This is the latest version of Bluetooth which is supported by all the latest devices and provides for fast connectivity and sharing speeds. A battery of 1500 mAh powers Galaxy Trend S7392.
The phone is priced at 8500 INR and is available in black colour only. Considering the specifications of Galaxy Trend S7392, it seems that this time Samsung has not provided a value for money product. The price is a little too high for the stuff consumers are getting. Contrast this with other phones from international brands like Nokia. Nokia Lumia is available at a similar price of 8500 INR. It packs in a dual core Krait processor, a beautiful 4 inch display, memory expandable upto 64 GB and a really nice 5 MP camera. This phone has a unibody design and is slated for the Amber OS update from Microsoft. You can read our full review of Nokia Lumia here. Smartphones from indian manufacturers with either four cores or two cores are also available at a similar price. These products are no nonsense products and are actually useful. Micromax Bolt series, karbonn Titanium Series, Iball Andie Series, all fall in this category. Wonder what Samsung was thinking while deciding the price tag of Galaxy Trend S7392.