A photo of Samsung's 'Galaxy Grand 2' smartphone.
South Korean mobile handset-maker Samsung on Monday launched its latest offering 'Galaxy Grand 2' in a price range of Rs. 22,990 to Rs. 24,990.
The dual-SIM smartphone will be available in the market from first week of January next year.
"This new Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 delivers an improved HD viewing experience, more powerful multi-tasking features, a premium experience through design and entertainment on the go," Samsung India country head, Mobile and IT, Vineet Taneja said.
The device runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and is a dual-SIM device with support for GSM+GSM. It also features a 5.25-inch HD TFT display with a resolution of 720x1280 pixels.
Samsung has also introduced a single destination – Club Samsung – for its Indian infotainment content, company's director, mobile, Manu Sharma said.
"The Club Samsung digital entertainment store features 4 lakh songs, 5,000 movies, 500 gigs and live TV with over 90 channels all optimised for high-quality display on Samsung devices," he said.
The device will be available in black, pink and white colour variants in select regions.
"The device will be launched across the country through its dealership network of 1.2 lakh dealers," Sharma added.