Samsung accidentally leaked two new J-series smartphones online
- Author: Carolyn Briggs May 29, 2017,
May 29, 2017, 16:15
If we go by the previous record, then one can accept the smartphone to be launched for Chinese and Indian market only.
The South Korean tech giant just launched a new mid-segment or budget phone the Samsung Galaxy Feel in Japan and the phone is now available on pre-order with even the price not mentioned.
It also appeared to be enormous, but with no basis of measurement, there is no way of knowing if the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will come with a 6.3-inch display or not. The video reveal that both the phones are nearly identical in design, with the only difference being in size. Apple's current Japanese market share tops 50 percent, the report said. At the left, there is power on/off button as well.
This one brings a 5.0 inches LCD display, with a resolution of 720×1280 pixels. Internal memory space of 32GB is available. Apparently, the J3 2017 that is being sold in the USA has Android 7.0 Nougat at the heart of the show.
Galaxy Feel smartphone comes with a 16 Megapixel Autofocus rear camera with LED Flash.
In terms of connectivity, both devices offer nearly same options. Samsung has obtained the dust and water resistance certification, IP6X, for its new offering. It also provides a standby time of up to 170 hours. Quick charging feature is also provided. It is up for pre-order in Japan on NTT Docomo, however its pricing is not announced yet.
While the entire USA market will be treated to the same Galaxy J3 2017 - despite the name change on Sprint - it appears that other markets will not be getting the same treat, at least in terms of software.