Samsung may be one of the leading smartphone brands in the market today. But that doesn’t mean that the topper refrains from producing entry-level models just like its Samsung Galaxy J2.
The South Korean company follows a simple guide in bringing J2 into the market—balancing qualities. J2’s materials are no premium qualities and that’s not a secret, but the components under the hood as well as its software are enough for a decent performance. For one, the 4.7-inch AMOLED screen display may not bear high resolution but has impressive pixel density for graphical experience. Right outside the box is the Android Lollipop that is still on its peak of popularity despite the release of Marshmallow.
Sammy also endowed the handset with its very own produce, the Exynos 3475 chipset with quadcore processor that supports the fastest 4G LTE connectivity and runs with a decent 1GB RAM. Though the native storage is limited to 8GB (even less than for the user after the Samsung’s preinstalled apps), a microSD slot with the capacity of up to 128GB was readied by the handset maker.
While most of Sammie’s avid fans may literally raise their brows on J2, consumers who want to avail a budget-friendly smartphone under a leading brand will find this offer quite appealing. For those who are interested, J2 bears the sticker price of $125 in selected Asian market.
- Body : 136.5 x 69 x 8.4 mm, 129g
- Display : 4.7” AMOLED, 540 x 960 pixels resolution, 234ppi
- OS : Android Lollipop 5.1.1 + TouchWiz UI
- Chipset/ CPU : Exynos 3475, 1.3GHz Quadcore
- GPU : Mali-T720
- RAM : 1GB
- Storage : 8GB + expansion of up to 128GB via microSD
- Camera : 5MP primary with LED flash, 2MP front
- Battery : 2000 mAh, Li-Ion