Samsung Galaxy J1 Pictured For First Time
Mere hours ago Samsung finally made the Galaxy A7 official, following many months of leaks. Soon though, the Korean company should unveil another smartphone, this time however we're talking about a low-end model.
This obviously won't be confused with a handset from another manufacturer, as its design is unmistakably Samsung. The two cameras are being promoted in one of the images above. The rear snapper will be a 5 MP unit, while for the front Samsung fitted a 2 MP sensor.
The Galaxy J1 will get the Ultra Power Saving Mode first seen on much higher-end smartphones, though it's unclear if it will have an AMOLED screen. The display will be a 4.3-inch 480x800 affair, and the phone will be powered by a Marvell PXA1908 64-bit SoC, coming with a 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU. 1GB of RAM is in, along with 4GB of expandable storage, and a 1,850 mAh battery.
The J1 will be sold in four variations: LTE, 3G, dual-SIM LTE, and dual-SIM 3G. For the 3G versions the front camera will be downgraded to a VGA unit.
The January 14 date in the leaked images suggests we may see an announcement for the Galaxy J1 in just a couple of days, but don't take that for granted.