Samsung Galaxy J seen on Taiwan’s certification site, hinting at global launch

Samsung might be gearing up to launch the Galaxy J outside Japan. The
smartphone was first announced in October this year under NTT DoCoMo’s winter smartphone line-up.A
report by Unwired View
has suggested that a Samsung smartphone with model number SGH-N075T
has been spotted at the Taiwanese certification site. Interestingly, the
Samsung Galaxy J that was launched in Japan has model number SGH-N075,
which means that the device spotted at the certification site might be a
new variant of Galaxy J for the Taiwanese market.
Further, the
report speculates that the South Korean giant might unveil the Galaxy J
in more markets to reach its sales target for this year, as the flagship
smartphone, Galaxy S4 sales have been disappointing. As of now, there is no word on the possible availability and release
of the Galaxy J in markets outside Japan.
The Samsung Galaxy J
is believed to be a Galaxy S4 smartphone variant for
Japan; however the smartphone features upgraded specifications and
software similar to the Galaxy Note 3 phablet.
The
Samsung Galaxy J runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out-of-the-box and is
powered by a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974) processor, much
like the Galaxy Note 3 phablet. It features a 5-inch full-HD Super
AMOLED display. There is a 13.2-megapixel rear camera with BSI CMOS
sensor and LED flash, while it also houses a 2.1-megapixel front-facing
camera.
The Galaxy J comes with 3GB of RAM and includes 32GB
inbuilt storage expandable up to additional 64GB with the help of
microSD card. It packs a 2600mAh battery and comes with connectivity
options like 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS/A-GPS, and NFC.

Samsung Galaxy J

Display

5.00-inch

Processor

2.3GHz

Front Camera

2.1-megapixel

Resolution

1080×1920 pixels

RAM

3GB

OS

Android 4.3

Storage

32GB

Rear Camera

13.2-megapixel

Battery capacity

2600mAh

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