Samsung Galaxy J powered by Snapdragon 800 reported to launch globally

The Korean tech giant, Samsung is reported to launch the Samsung Galaxy J smartphone outside Japan. The phone was originally announced last month for NTT DoCoMo telecom operator’s winter smartphone line-up in the country. Now the phone has been spotted at the Taiwanese certification website with a different model number, which reveals that company might be thinking to launch the phone globally.

According to a report on Unwired View, Samsung Galaxy J with model number SGH-N075T is headed to the Taiwanese consumers. The phone was launched with the model number SGH-N075 in Japan, which means that the device seen on the certification site could be a new variant of the phone to release in Taiwan. Features wise, the Samsung Galaxy J is powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974 processor clocked at 2.3 GHz, much like the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Display on the device is a 5 inch full HD super AMOLED and it runs on the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system right out-of-the box. Camera features of the phone include a 13.2 MP rear shooter with BSI CMOS sensor and LED flash, it also comes with a 2.1 MP front facing camera for video calling purposes. The phone offers 3 GB of RAM and includes 32 GB of internal storage which is further expandable up-to 64 GB using a microSD card. When the phone was launched, it was believed to be a Samsung Galaxy S4 variant for the NTT DoCoMo carrier in Japan. However, as you can see, it features upgraded specs and software similar to company’s latest phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. So, it can be believed that Samsung might also launch the phone in the global market pretty soon to provide a better option with upgraded features for the consumers. Source
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