It was recently reported that Samsung could be preparing a phone called the Samsung Galaxy Core Advance, which is not only the successor to the Galaxy Core from earlier this year, but is also a phone that is targeted towards the elderly or those who might be disabled. Well Samsung has since unveiled the phone in all of its official glory and is expected to see a release come 2014 and will be available in both Deep Blue and Pearl White.
On one hand, Google is trying to eliminate the use of hardware menu keys but on the other hand, Samsung still maintains a physical home button in most of its devices. However, in the case of Galaxy Core Advance that Samsung announced just now, it comes with a slew of physical keys like the voice recorder, camera, volume, menu, home and power functions. Samsung says the inclusion of physical keys will help users who are less comfortable with the touchscreen display and boasts some accessibility and usability features.