Samsung Galaxy Grand Vs Samsung Galaxy Premier Review

The Korean Company has recently launched two new devices to augment their offerings in the Android mobile arena. While the Grand is more or less an affordable Galaxy Note, the Premier is something in between S II and SIII in terms of size while the features it offers lie in between the SIII and SIII mini. Thus, with two recent launches from Samsung, there is a wealth of choice as to what is the best device to choose from. Here is a list of specs of both the devices to make it easier for consumers to decide from:

Galaxy Premier lies between the SIII and SIII Mini in terms of screen size and hardware. Samsung has made it available in white. It has a screen of 4.65 inches with SUPER AMOLED Display technology with a HD resolution and density of 316ppi. The multi-touch capacitive display comes with a scratch resistant glass.
The Galaxy Grand screen quality is quite low when seen against the Galaxy Premier. With a WVGA screen resolution of 480 x 800, the multi-touch, capacitive 5 inch TFT display has a light sensor and proximity sensor with a pixel density of 187ppi. 

The Samsung Galaxy Premier comes with a 1.5GHZ Dual Core CPU. It comes with a RAM of 1GB and internal memory of 8GB and 16GB which can be extendable up to 32GB.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand features a Dual Core processor of 1.2GHz with 1GB of RAM and external memory which can be extended up to 64GB.

The Samsung Galaxy Premier has a 2100mAh battery with a talk time of 21.66 hours and a great standby duration of 32.9 days.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand, with a 2100mAh battery renders a talk time of 10.10 hours and standby time of 440 hours

Operating System
The Samsung Galaxy Premier comes with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and Samsung’s latest TouchWiz UX, which obviously makes the interface really fluid. However, in terms of what the device is offered for, the UI and navigation elements work really smooth and win accolades. 
The Samsung Galaxy Grand runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, with an efficient, quick and fluid UI along Google Now, which offer information to the user in terms of a voice guided assistant.
Samsung Galaxy Premier sports an 8MP camera which records videos and can shoot images at a high resolution of 1920 x 1080p at 30fps. It also has LED Flash, Auto Focus, Geo Tagging, Digital zoom with a 1.9 MP front facing camera for video calling. 
Samsung Galaxy Grand has an 8MP camera with a good sensor that enables users to take images very fast. The camera comes with zero shutter lag and quick load times. Its camera comes with Autofocus, Flash LED, and a rear camera of 2MP for video calling. For video recording it provides a great resolution of 1920 x 1080.

The Samsung Galaxy Premier has GPRS, EDGE, WLAN, Wi Fi, Wi Fi Direct, Wi Fi Hotspot, Bluetooth v4 with EDR and A2DP, MFC and USB.
Samsung Galaxy Grand has a host of connectivity choices like GSM 3G, HSPA PLUS, EDGE GPRS 850, 900, 1800, 900MHz, Wi Fi 802.11 b/ g/ n with Wi Fi Direct, Bluetooth v4.0 and USB 2.0

Other Distinctive features
The other distinctive features of Samsung Galaxy premier are Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Proximity sensor, SMS, S - Beam,  MMS, Push Mail, RSS, Instant Messaging, Stereo FM with RDS, GPS with GLONASS and A GPS support, Smart Stay, SNS integration, Document viewer, Smart Alert,  Gmail, Google Search, Pop Up Play, Google Map, Google Talk, Picasa, S Voice, YouTube, Organizer, Direct Call, Calendar and Swype Predictive text Input
The Distinctive features of Samsung Galaxy Grand include MMS, SMS, Push Mail, Email, IM, Compass, Proximity sensor, Gyroscope, SNS Integration, Document Viewer, Image Editor, Calendar, Google Map, Google talk, Voice dial, Voice Command, Predictive Text input, Picasa, YouTube, Organizer, Google Search and much more.

The device has been ideally priced and is quite affordable. The price of the Galaxy Premier in India is around INR 28,000.
With so many great features, the Korean company has priced the device quite wisely. The Galaxy Grand price in India is INR 21,500.

Both the devices are great in build quality, design, hardware, software and features. As both devices target different areas of the market, it is down to consumers in terms of choosing the best device for their needs.

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