Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Value Edition is yet to release but it left its presence strongly felt as its Android 5.1.1 firmware leaked today. If you know anything about Android, latest updates to Android OS are awaited like crazy by various set of OEM users, and right now, among Samsung faithfuls, only Galaxy S6 (and S6 Edge) and Galaxy S5 are two device that have been blesses by Samsung with Android 5.1 update. Not that all variants of S6 and S5 received it, only T-Mobile and one certain international variant were able to grab it — but guess what, we ourselves showered the Android 5.1 update for one variant, SM-G925i (an international Galaxy S6 Edge set forgotten by Samsung for the time being), so you see, we try to care about you as much as we can.
Anyway, it’s the Android 5.1 firmwares destined for Galaxy Grand Prime Value Edition are meant of European region: Bulgaria, Austria, Netherlands, Poland and Spain are the countries that have received a 5.1.1 build per head. If football-cum-Android fans were missing some action badly — Copa America isn’t the same thing as Euro cup you know! — a new device in the shape of Galaxy Grand Prime Value Edition pre-installed with Android 5.1 update should provide for a decent buy. A cheap Android 5.1 device, if nothing else!
Rumored specs of Galaxy Grand Prime Value Edition include meagre 1GB RAM, 5-inch display and is said to be powered by a quad-core Spreadtrum Cortex-A7 processor, all of which fail to impress in a world where Xiaomi and Yureka have their value-for-money phones on offer too.
If you are looking to buy a Galaxy Grand Prime Value Edition in near future, you might be interested in downloading its Android 5.1 firmware. And if that’s the case you’re gonna need a download link, for which you should head towards the source page here. The device should come with Android 5.1 pre-installed, but if it doesn’t you know what to do, extract the tar file out of this firmware and flash it using Odin to update to Android 5.1.