Top 4G Samsung Phones To Buy In India

After America, India is on the verge of being the next tech giant.

Smartphones are making it big and 2G and 3G will soon be a thing of the past. The brands are ready to soon roll out smartphones that will support 4G. Of all the brands, Samsung is leading by offering edge screen and mass productions of 4G smartphones.

Smartphones are depended on internet and 80% of the applications depend on the internet. Sure 3G gives us fast connectivity but with the recent developments in technology we need faster speeds that can handle huge amount of data. From a user’s viewpoint 4G is the solution of fast and seamless connectivity. Let us have a look at Samsung smartphones that support 4G.

Samsung Galaxy Grand MAX



Galaxy Grand MAX is perhaps the only Smartphone, which offers many features at just the cost of Rs.15999. Grand MAX is available in White and Grey.

Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime 4G


Galaxy Grand Prime and Galaxy Grand MAX both belong to the same price range but Grand Prime costs Rs.13200, which is Rs.2000 cheaper than Galaxy Grand MAX on an average. The display is not similar to that of Galaxy Grand MAX. Grand Prime offers 540×960 pixels resolution, which is slightly less than HD resolution of Grand MAX. Grand Prime sports 5-inches capacitive screen, 540×960 pixels resolution, 16M colors, 1.2GHz  quad-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory, Expandable storage up to 64GB, 8-megapixel rear camera, 5-megapixel front camera, Android 4.4.4, and battery capacity of 2600mAh.

Samsung Galaxy J1 4G


In the midst of several rumors related to S6, Samsung launched Galaxy J1 4G for the Indian Smartphone market. Galaxy J1 is entirely focused on mid-segment of Indian consumers. Samsung Galaxy J1 4G is offered in black, blue and white.

Samsung Galaxy Core Prime


Galaxy Core Prime has same features as that of Prime 4G and Grand MAX but with less capacity. Galaxy Core Prime comes in white color.

Samsung Galaxy A7


Samsung has already released many Smartphones in 2015. This Smartphone aims the upper segment of the Indian consumer market. Samsung Galaxy A7 is offered in Black, Gold and White. Priced at Rs. 30499 A7 comes bundled with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal memory. The camera is a 13-megapixel rear shooter and a 5-megapixel front facing camera. A7 has an impressive battery backup with 2600mAh battery.

 Samsung Galaxy Note Edge


Note Edge received an altered update for Android 5.0 Lollipop as it has a distinctive design. Besides, from the fact that Edge has a different design, it still has kept a decent share of consumer market for itself. Galaxy Note Edge come for a price of Rs. 64,999, which is justified as Samsung did a lot of research and development for the design.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4


Continuing Apple iPhone 6 Plus’s birthright of making phablets more conventional, Galaxy Note 4 offers 5.70-inches of screen. While there are issues with a big size phone, Galaxy Note has proved a huge success for Samsung.

Since we live in the era where time is money, we need to be connected to a network that is faster and smoother.

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by techtalks @TechTalks March 17, 2015 12:25 PM UTC


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