Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016) has been priced at ₹9,750 while Galaxy J Max will be open for purchase by the end of July at ₹13,400.
Being the leader in the Indian smartphone market, Samsung India Electronics will now focus on new launches with innovative features to maintain its position and gain more market share, a top company official said here on Tuesday. Galaxy J2 (2016) has been priced at ₹9,750 while Galaxy J Max will be open for purchase by the end of July at ₹13,400.
The Samsung Galaxy J Max is powered by a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor along wth a 1.5GB of RAM and has a 8GB of internal memory that can be expanded upto 200GB via microSD. The phablet runs on Android 5.1 (Lollipop) out of the box.
The Dual SIM phablet features a 8MP auto focus rear shooter with LED Flash and f/1.9 aperture along with a 2MP front-facing shooter with f/2.2 aperture. The Phablet comes with 4G VoLTE and has a Ultra data saving mode powered by Opera Max. TheSamsung Galaxy J Max is backed with a 4000mAh of battery that promises upto 9 hours of usage.
Key Specifications Of Samsung Galaxy J Max
|PRICE||Rs. 13400 in India|
|SCREEN||7-inch (1280 × 800 pixels) WXGA TFT display|
|OS||Android 5.1 Lollipop|
|CPU||Spreadtrum SC8830 1.5 GHz quad-core processor|
|CONNECTIVITY||4G LTE, Wi-Fi , Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, Micro-USB|
|DIMENSION||Thickness: 8.7 mm|
|OTHERS||3.5mm audio jack, FM Radio|
|COLORS||Gold and Black colors|
The all new Samsung Galaxy J Max will be available for sale at a price tag of Rs 13400 and will comes in Black and Gold colors. The device will be available through online and offline channels starting from the last week of July in India and will come with 6 months double data offer for Airtel prepaid customers. But will that be enough?
With the Spreadtrum SC8830 again, the same GPU, a higher resolution display to power and the same 1.5GB of RAM as the Samsung Galaxy J2 and more or less the same configuration, I can only imagine how incredibly laggy this “Phablet” will be. You don’t even need to watch reviews for this phone. Why? Just read this. Seriously Samsung, quit fooling the less tech-savvy older Indian population in the name of brand value.