Samsung is conscious of the need to deliver high end 4Gconnectivity to people who do not want to spend vast amounts of money on a range topping device. As such, it has announced the Galaxy Core LTE, which is a modestly powerful smartphone that has the benefits of next-gen networking.
The Galaxy Core LTE will come with a 4.5 inch screen rocking a 960×640 resolution, a five megapixel camera, 8GB of built in storage and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
It has a decent sized screen, but of course, the sub-high definition resolution will make it a more affordable alternative to some of the other smartphones boasting 4G connectivity.
While UK pricing for the phone has yet to be revealed, it will, hopefully, enter the market at under £200, making it available to pay as you go customers, who are keen to see what 4G has to offer.
Next week will see the Mobile World Congress event take place in Barcelona, so the Galaxy Core LTE and a gaggle of other devices will be getting their time in the spotlight, at which point a lot more information should be available to help guide your next purchase.