As you probably know, Samsung is one of the most recognizable smartphone manufacturers around the world. Most of the company’s offerings are available internationally, however, some are restricted to select markets. One such example is the Galaxy J revealed last week. The phone is destined for Japan where it will be available from NTT Dodomo. The carrier is planning to start selling the handset later on this month. The pricing is yet to be announced.
Samsung Galaxy J Android Smartphone
The Samsung Galaxy J is basically the Galaxy S4 with a new color scheme and several hardware upgrades. Apparently Samsung decided to depart from its traditional (and some might say boring) color options and gave the phone a new look with bright pink and blue hues.
Rumors about the device have appeared a few days ago, but some of them turned out to be bogus. Most details, however, are a match with what we have heard before, which is a good thing because the device is definitely worth your attention.
As expected, the Galaxy J comes with a 5-inch 1080p full HD SAMOLED display. At the heart of the device is a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor beating at 2.3 GHz along with 3 GB of RAM. Dual camera are responsible for photographic experience, with a 13-megapixel sensor residing at the back and a 2.1-megapixel camera gracing the front panel.
The phone runs the latest iteration of Android, 4.3 Jelly Bean. The device was expected to be dustproof and water-resistant, but it looks like it is not. Also the battery has less capacity than previously rumored, coming at 2,600 mAh rather than 3,000 mAh.
more info: NTT DoCoMo