Being the center of the online gossip, Samsung’s Galaxy J was first unveiled in October 2013. The device comes with Google’s Android 4.3 Jelly Beam out-of-the-box operating system. This Galaxy S4 variant was released at first only for Japanese fans, but now, rumors suggest that the smartphone was listed on a Taiwanese certification site. In the same time, Samsung has sent invites for an event scheduled next week, more precisely on December 9, where the company is expected to launch the alleged Galaxy J.
As far as the invite is concerned, it displays a shadowed device, with the headline that states “Just Arrived” suggesting the fact that the South Korean manufacturer will launch the smartphone at the well-awaited event scheduled on December 9. While the Samsung Galaxy S4 sales have been rather disappointed for the Korean company, the Galaxy J handset is expected to fix this problem. In this respect, it is fair to assume that the company is planning to introduce this device to other marketplaces.
Related to the phone’s capabilities, Samsung Galaxy J is powered b a 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and it possesses 3GB of RAM. In the same time, the device offers a 5-inch full HD Super AMOLED display and a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. Moreover, it comes with a 13.2 megapixel rear camera offering BSI CMOS sensor and LED flash, and houses a 2.1 MP front-facing camera.
The storage space is something we can talk about. Galaxy J features 32 of internal memory, which can be easily expanded up to 64 GB through a microSD memory card. Moreover, it comes with 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS/A-GPS, and NFC as network connectivity features.
As some critics suggested, the Galaxy J is basically a Galaxy Note 3, but it does not come with the S Pen of the big 5.7 inch screen. Due to its internal parts, the device holds the possibility to become an international handset and not to be limited on serving Taiwanese and Japanese customers.