Fresh information making rounds on the internet is that Samsung is likely prepping to unveil four new smartphones in the Galaxy J series this month. Soon after this speculation hit the web, a couple of devices in the lineup have been spotted on the NCC certification database. Previously, these smartphones were spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance database.
The talk is about the Galaxy J4 and Galaxy J6. Though these two smartphones have been spotted at the NCC certification database, there is no information about their exact launch date or specifications. Given that these smartphones have cleared both the NCC and Wi-Fi certifications, we can expect the announcement to happen in the coming weeks.
Samsung Galaxy J4
When it comes to the Galaxy J4, the NCC certification listing shows that the device will make use of a 16:9 display. This tips that the signature physical home button will be positioned below the display. Also, this button will have the fingerprint sensor embedded into it. The images hint that there will be a selfie flash at the front and a curved rear panel with a single camera along with LED flash.
Eventually, the Galaxy J4 meant for this year will not arrive with an Infinity Display with an aspect ratio of 18.5:9 as seen on the latest Galaxy A series smartphones. The left edge of the device has the volume rocker while the right edge has the power button. Being a budget device, this one is said to have a polycarbonate body.
Samsung Galaxy J6
Talking about the other device - the Galaxy J6, this smartphone is likely to support numerous 4G LTE networks such as LTE 700, 900, 1800, 2100, 2500 and 2600. The device will also come bundled with other connectivity aspects such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GSM, ANT+ and WCDMA.
As mentioned above, though we know some information about the upcoming Galaxy J series smartphones, the exact launch date and specifications remain unknown. We can expect these phones to be launched with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. But there is no official confirmation suggesting the same and we need to wait for the same to be out.