Samsung brand is usually associated with premium devices mostly thanks to the popularity high-end Galaxy S lineup and Galaxy Note phablet series. Apparently the Korean manufacturer doesn’t want to focus only on one group of customers who are ready to pay top dollar for flagship smartphones. Not long ago the company launched the Galaxy A series aimed at mid-range users and today the entry-level Galaxy J1 smartphone with dual-SIM capabilities was unveiled for developing countries in mind.
If we were to name the smartphone manufacturer that has the most diverse portfolio, it undoubtedly would be Samsung. The Korean company releases so many phones each year that it’s not difficult to lose track of all the models. And apparently it’s not going to rest on laurels anytime soon. Only yesterday Samsung launched the Galaxy A7 and shortly after that the very first press renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy J1 (SM-J100) leaked online.