Galaxy J was first released in Japan a few months ago and it seems that Samsung is finally ready to bring things to a new level and release one of its high-end devices to another country outside of Japan as well. So, the popular Samsung Galaxy J was officially announced in Taiwan, but things are even better than the earlier rumors. It was predicted that the smartphone will become available through one single major career, but actually, the unlocked Samsung J version will reach all three major carriers from Taiwan: Chunghwa Telecom, Taiwan Mobile and FarEasTon for a price of no more than 21,900 TWD (around $740).
Besides that, the smartphone will also be available on contract for those on a tight budget. Its price will start at 7,990 TWD ($300) with a 1300 TWD ($45) monthly tax. And like that, you’ll get the chance to enjoy its rounded rectangle elegant design which reminds us so well of Galaxy Note 3. But it seems that Samsung Galaxy J will come in the same plastic construction, although some of us have imagined something more than that; but at least we’ll have the chance to choose between the two Red and White color options.
The specs sheet also contains several impressive elements such as: a 5-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, a powerful quad-core Snapdragon 800 chipset (quad-core Krait 400 at 2.3GHz), as well as a 13.2 MP camera equipped with all the image editing tools that you might need for capturing bright and saturated images (along with a 2MP front-facing camera).
After seeing all these, can we assume that the company will finally introduce this Samsung Galaxy J to other marketplaces as well? Our source had also mentioned the possibility of an U.S. release, although we consider that it’s pretty unlikely in the near future, so we’ll keep you updated.