Samsung’s first smartphone to be powered by a MediaTek chipset has been spotted on Antutu benchmark’s official Weibo page where it sports the model number SM-G532F. The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Plus had earlier been spotted on GFXBench where it was revealed to be clutching a MediaTek MT6737T processor and indeed the AnTuTu listing confirms that fact.
According to the data, the Galaxy Grand Prime Plus would come sporting a display with a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels. Even though the display size wasn’t listed on AnTuTu, earlier records from GFXBench gave that as a 5 inches screen. Along with the MediaTek MT6737T SoC is a Mali-T720 MP1 GPU firing up the graphics and on the storage end, the device features a 2GB RAM and 32GB of built-in storage. The MediaTek MT6737T chip is said to be an upgrade of the MT6735 chipset and it uses quad-core Corex-A53 architecture with a maximum clock frequency of 1.5GHz.
Talking about the camera, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Plus is listed as packing an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front-facing shooter. To crown t all up, the device would run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box. Apart from the fact the Grand Prime Plus is coming in as Samsung’s first MediaTek-powered device, there is nothing on the specs to get excited about.