Just yesterday we saw that, according to the data collected from AnTuTu, most users prefer smartphones with screens around 5 sec of diagonal: in spite of this, there are people who, for personal preference or necessity, seek something that goes far beyond; to this request, after Sony with his (now ‘ dated ‘) Xperia Z Ultra, responded even Samsung, with the “phablettone” Galaxy J Max.
For release in Taiwan market, Samsung has decided to slightly change the device: not in design but in some specific techniques (such as internal memory, 8 GB, and halved to support dual SIM) and above all in the name: the device in question, in fact, is no longer identified as a smartphone, but as tablet, hence the name Galaxy Tab J.
Samsung Galaxy Tab J – specifications
- Screen: 7 ″ WXGA (1,280 × 800 pixels) TFT
- Processor: 1.5 GHz quad-core
- RAM: 1.5 GB
- Memoryinside: 8 GB expandable via microSD (up to 200 GB)
- Camerarear: 8 megapixel camera with auto focus, LED flash, f/1.9
- Camerafront: 2 megapixel camera, f/2.2
- Battery: 4,000 mAh
- Size: 186.9 × 108.8 × 8.7 mm
- I KNOW: Android 5.1 Lollipop
- Colors: gold, black
- Other: FM Radio, Times
READ ALSO: The interface of the Samsung phablet par excellence
Samsung Galaxy Tab J – release and price
If Galaxy J Max was presented in India as “maxi” smartphone, taiwan tries to market it as “provisional” replacement Samsung smartphone to the task, simply remove the SIM from the phone main Tab and navigate to continue calling J. The price will be virtually the same, or about € 180, and availability, in colours white and gold (which you can see in the Gallery below), is given to early August. No news on a possible launch on European soil.