Samsung Galaxy J5, J7 specs leak

Samsung Galaxy J5, J7 specs leak




Samsung‘s entry to mid-range Galaxy J line of devices are reportedly getting new additions, as specifications for two rumored smartphones, the J5 and the J7, leak in cyberspace.

According to SamMobile, these two devices will join the Galaxy J1 in the Korean tech company’s line of affordable devices. Both devices are said to support 4G LTE networks and will sport a camera with either an 8 or 13 megapixel resolution at the back.


 

Samsung Galaxy J5 specs (rumored):
5-inch HD TFT LCD display, 1280×720, 294ppi
1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410
Adreno 306 GPU
1.5GB RAM
8GB internal storage
expandable via microSD
13MP or 8MP rear camera
5MP front camera
Single-SIM
4G LTE, 3G HSPA+
WiFi
Bluetooth
FM Radio
Android 5.1 Lollipop
2600 mAh battery
8.5 mm thin, 149g

Samsung Galaxy J7 specs (rumored):
5.5-inch TFT LCD display, 1280×720, 267ppi
1.5GHz Octa-Core Marvell ARMADA PXA1936 SoC, 64-bit
1.5GB RAM
4GB or 8GB internal storage
expandable via microSD
13MP or 8MP rear camera
5MP front camera
Single-SIM
4G LTE, 3G HSPA+
WiFi
Bluetooth
FM Radio
Android 5.1 Lollipop
3000 mAh battery
7.9 mm thin, 170g

While both devices are said to be in India for final R&D, the Samsung Galaxy J7 will reportedly have a 15,908 Indian Rupee price tag, or Php11,400 when directly converted. No word about the expected price for the Galaxy J5 has been said as of this writing, but we might see it priced in the Php6-9k (directly converted) range.

{SamMobile}



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4 Responses

  1. Easy E says:

    Sana matutunan ng samsung magbaba ng price.

  2. NotaSheep says:

    I probably applaud Samsung if the J5 cost at least 6k but that isn’t going to happen and will most likely sell it for 9990php

    • lol says:

      Agreed. The J5 looks good on paper, with specs that looks like a bigger & beefier Redmi 2 minus a SIM card slot. But knowing Xiaomi and their “marketing strategy”, I think this may be a good choice for a/an entry-mid range level phone.

  3. GTB says:

    To All,

    Based on my experience, I have most of the different mobile phone brands but regarding with the support and parts that you can buy everywhere is Samsung. Xiaomi is cheaper but did you try to buy a extra battery or a dedicated accessories to the service center?

    I doubt if you get good support with them….

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