Those looking for a phablet now have a new option, with no Samsung. We talk about the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2, the phone’s large Korean brand which has been renovated with for example a better processor, we move to quad-core 1.2 GHz, or up the size of your screen, something more to the 5.25 inch.
And today Orange took the opportunity to announce that it puts on sale exclusively, along with its second brand name Amena, the Samsung phablet at pretty attractive prices, on the basis of nine euros per month for 24 months to be purchased along with a whale 23 fee or higher.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 features a display of 5.25 inches with 1280 × 720 pixel (280 ppi), Snapdragon 400 four core processor at 1.2 GHz, 1.5 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal memory expandable with microSD, main 8 megapixel camera with video recording @ 1080 p and front-1.9 megapixels, connectivity LTE category 4 (up to 100 Mbps in download) and 2600 mAh battery.
Orange Samsung Grand 2 is available with payment by instalments from nine euros (VAT included) for 24 months with two years of tenure. Then we leave you with all the details of what you’ll end up paying really taking into account the VAT both in down payment and the monthly installments including the terminal and the service.