Samsung Galaxy J2 2017 Edition gets launched in India

Samsung Galaxy J2 2017 Edition gets launched in India

Under the hood, the smartphone is driven by a 1.3GHz quad-core Exynos processor which is coupled with 1GB of RAM.

Samsung has lately unveiled its new budget smartphone in company's J-series line up - the Galaxy J2 2017 edition.

As mentioned before, the T-Mobile version is expected to come with model number SM-G892T (compared to AT&T which is G892A). On the storage front, the device gets an onboard capacity of 8GB, which can be further expanded using a microSD card. As per the latest rumour, the Galaxy S9 may feature a 3D sensor equipped front-facing camera. Samsung is hard at work on the Galaxy S9, Galaxy X, and Galaxy Note 9, according to recent reports, but that doesn't mean the Galaxy Note 8 won't still be getting some love, as it's been revealed today that a new colour option is arriving in the European market - Deep Sea Blue. The smartphone comes with a price tag of Rs 7,350 and is listed on Samsung's official website. Galaxy J2 2017 Edition is a dual-SIM smartphone and it supports USB OTG (on-the-go).

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The device is backed by a 2000mAh removable battery that Samsung claims lasts up to 9 hours on LTE. The Galaxy J2 comes with an Ultra Data Saving mode. "Browse seamlessly and save data while you stream videos, shop online or check out your favourite apps".

Samsung's ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 refuses to die, coming back as the Galaxy Note Fan Edition to Malaysia after an initial rebirth in South Korea a few months ago. However, the official listing of the device only shows the Absolute Black and there is no word regarding the availability of the handset.

The Galaxy J2 2017 comes with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box and do not expect to get any update on this phone as Samsung does not focus on delivering updates to low-end devices.

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