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Affordable 4G Device from Samsung – the Samsung J2

The concept of 4G utility has been spreading across the Indian mobile users as faster in these days. Even though, not many major cities has experience the 4G internet facility, the Indian mobile users are really interested in purchasing the quality 4G LTE enabled mobiles, which could be effective at the time of launching the stuff in India! Just in order to provide a reasonable competition in the entry level market for the 4G enabled devices, Samsung has officially come up with a brand new device termed as “Samsung J2”, which is really the improved version of Galaxy J1, a 1stsibling in the series as well.
Affordable 4G Device from Samsung – the Samsung J2
Affordable 4G Device from Samsung – the Samsung J2
Let us walk through the major features offered with the Samsung J2 at its best.

Highlights of Samsung Galaxy J2 Smartphone 2015:
  • 4.7 inch qHD resolution AMOLED display
  • 1.3GHz Exynos 3475 Chipset
  • 1GB RAM & 8GB internal memory
  • 2000mAh battery capacity
  • Entry level camera of 5MP & 2MP
  • Android 5.1 operating system

Official Speech on Samsung J2 Smartphone:

At the launching event, Mr Asim Warsi, the Vice president of Marketing, IT & Mobile of Samsung India added that, “Samsung Galaxy J2, our entry level smart phone, has been specially made keeping in mind the Indian consumer's sensibilities to make 4G accessible and relevant for all. The Galaxy J2 reinforces our commitment to 'Make for India'. Ultra Data Saving Mode, which is the key feature in the device, has been developed at our Indian R&D facilities to deliver the most cost efficient 4G device.”

Special Features of Samsung Galaxy J2 Smartphone:

It comes courtesy of Samsung's R&D facility in India and just like other important elements of the OS and its UI is specifically tailored for meet local needs and desires. The feature itself can bring up to 50% savings on your data plan, free up to 11% of the RAM and extend the phone's standby time up to two times.

Features of Samsung Galaxy J2 Mobile:

As stated earlier, the mobile is enabled with all class of features to beat the competition at the entry level sector. The screen size is improved to 4.7 inch of qHD resolution, which is made up of AMOLED display technically. Also, the processor is from indigenous, and hence you will get the faster operations through the Exynos 3475 chipset, which reads the instructions faster through its 1.3GHz stuff. The processor is again well coupled with the 1GB RAM for the decent multitasking requirements categorically.

While speaking about the camera segment, the camera is made with the entry level concept, which is of 5MP at the rear & 2MP at the front section. To have a reasonable power backup, it is enabled with 2000mAh power battery.

Release Date & Price of Samsung Galaxy J2:

There is no doubt that, this is the most affordable 4G Smartphone from Samsung as it is priced at Rs.8490/- and expected to launch the device officially by September 21st, 2015.


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