Later last year, Samsung released the Galaxy grand Prime as a successor to the Galaxy Grand. It attracted a large quantity of customers and is hugely popular, at present. However, a few days earlier, we were reported that a Value Edition of the Galaxy Grand Prime will be announced soon.
As the name suggests, the Galaxy Grand Prime will be available for the users at a budget-friendly price range. However, there are numerous differences between the regular Galaxy Grand Prime, and the Value Edition. One of the best things about the Value Edition is that it comes with Android 5.0 OS out of the box.
The Value Edition is a bit slackened in terms of performance. This is because the Value Edition is powered by a Marvel PXA1908 chipset, that is comparatively less efficient that the Snapdragon 410 in the regular Galaxy Grand Prime. To make up for that, the Value Edition sports a SC8830 SoC along with the Marvel chipset.
The Value Edition is powered by a Cortex-A7 quad-core processor, which is relatively weaker than most of the quad-core processors out there. The processor is paired with 1GB of RAM for providing optimum performance and user experience.
Recently, we have been reported about a quick performance benchmark of the Value Edition of the Grand Prime. According to this benchmark test, The Value Edition scores 1054 points, while the Grand Prime scores 1469 points. This indicates that the performance of the Value Edition might not be up to the mark, but it will make up for that in the price phase.