Thursday, December 2

Samsung Galaxy J2 confirmed launch in 2018

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On the official website of Samsung Ukraine appeared cover Jelly Cove for unannounced inexpensive smartphone Samsung Galaxy J2 (2018).

According to the company, this is a soft-touch cover, tight-fitting case of the smartphone, perfectly matching with the device itself, and its soft and relaxing shades make the J2 (2018) unlike other smartphones. In the description of the case, of course, there are photos not only of the cover, but also of the most unannounced smartphone. Recall, the device will receive a 5 “qHD-screen, a Snapdragon 425 chipset, 1.5 GB of RAM, 16 GB of ROM, a slot for microSD, 8-megapixel and 5-megapixel cameras with flashes, a 3.5 mm mini jack and battery on 2600 mAh. The price of the device will be .

The battery would be a 2600 mAh model. It would be removable, a function less and less common in recent times, even in the entry-level. The operating system would be Android 7.1.1 Nougat with overlay Samsung. Not sure that an update to Oreo is planned. The photographic equipment would consist of an 8 megapixel main sensor and a 5 megapixel webcam, both accompanied by an LED flash.

The mobile would measure 8 mm thick. He would weigh 153 grams. He would be dressed exclusively in plastic. It would decline at least in black and gold. Let see Its price (the phone being destined to arrive in India in January 2018). It is intended for first-time buyers and small budgets. This is typically the kind of phone that is offered with a light package.

We are quite surprised to see such a leak appear on the Samsung Galaxy J2 (2018). Indeed, the Samsung Galaxy J2 (2017) was formalized last October. It must be said that we were quite disappointed by this phone for the Indian market. Its technical platform, taken over from the 2015 Samsung Galaxy J2, had clearly cooled us down. Fortunately, Samsung has spared the trouble of offering it in Western countries. Will it be the same for this next J2? Answer … in 2018!