The Galaxy Grand Quattro is one of Samsung’s least known smartphones which was launched long ago in India. It’s still on people’s list of choices because of its affordable price and decent specs and features, and today we’ll compare it with another Samsung model, the Grand Duos. And, we think that the Grand Quattro will do just fine.
Displays and Sizes
The models look almost identical, but they’re differentiated by the sizes of their displays. So, the Grand Quattro is smaller, having a display of 4.7inches, which supports a resolution of 480x800pixels and 199ppi. It’s 9.7mm thick and it weights almost 144grams. The Galaxy Grand DUOS has a 5inches display with the same resolution, but with a lower pixel density – 187ppi. It’s slightly slimmer, measuring 9.6mm, but it’s heavier, weighting 162grams.
Hardware and OS
The Grand Quattro runs on a newer version of Cortex-A processors, which is a quad core A5, clocked at 1.2GHz, and has an Adreno 203 GPU. The Grand DUOS is powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A9 processor, and has a Broadcom VideoCore IV GPU.
Both of the models host 8GB of internal storage – expandable up to 32GB, and 1GB of RAM. Plus, they both come loaded with Android Jellybean 4.1.2 Firmware OS.
The Grand Quattro’s rear camera is weaker, having a resolution of 5MP (LED flash), and the front camera is VGA. The Grand DUOS has an 8MP rear camera with similar features + a 2MP front camera.
The Grand Quattro has also a weaker battery, with a capacity of 2000mAh, while Grand Duos’ battery has a capacity of 2100mAh.
- Both models support: DLNA, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0 and FM Radio
- The Grand Quattro comes in white and titan grey shades, while the Grand Duos is available in black and white shades.
The Grand Quattro is priced around 200 dollars, while the Grand Duos is 65 dollars more expensive.
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