Specifications and Images of Samsung Galaxy J1 2016 leaked online

    The Samsung Galaxy J series has helped Samsung in terms of sales. Where high-end models failed to meet the numbers, the Samsung Galaxy J series helped the company. Despite heavy promotions, the high-end flagships of Samsung failed to meet expectations. A tweet has revealed that Samsung is coming up with a new model in the Samsung J series.

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    A tweet from @S_leak reveals that Samsung is going to bump the specs of the entry-level Samsung Galaxy J1 for the Samsung Galaxy J1 2016. The @S_leak says that the display size will be up to 4.5-inches up from last years 4.3-inches. The resolution of the smartphone though will remain the same as the earlier model i.e 400x800.

    The tweet reveals that the Galaxy J1 2016 will have an unannounced Exynos 3457 chipset. It has a quad-core CPU and Mali-T720 GPU, 1 GB of RAM and will come with Android 5.1 Lollipop on board. The original version of the Galaxy J1 is driven by a dual-core 1.2Ghz CPU with a Mali-T400 GPU and a RAM of 512MB.

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    The original Galaxy J1 was launched last February, so a very early release of a sequel can be ruled out. However, this too cannot be confirmed. It's most likely that the Samsung Galaxy J will get through FCC and TENAA certifications. We can then expect something real from the Samsung Galaxy J1.



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