News by Luke Jones on Monday December 29, 2014.
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A lot of factors have been offered as to why Samsung has struggled this year and the company is in the midst of solving many of them. However, the Korean giant does not seem to be solving one of the more common complaints, that Samsung simply has too many devices. We continue to hear about an almost endless stream of new handsets that will land in the coming months, and we have a new one today in the form of the Galaxy Grand Max.This handset will be a backward step for Samsung if its details are true. Samsung is moving into a new smartphone strategy with metal premium designs, but the Galaxy Grand Max will reportedly go back to Samsung's oft criticized plastic body. It's not particularly big either even though it is called the Max; it gets a 5.2-inch 720p HD screen, a 1.2GHz unspecified quad-core processor with 1.5GB of RAM, 16GB of on board storage and a micro SD card slot. This seems very much like the kind of device Samsung is trying to move away from.
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