Samsung Galaxy J1 debuts in Dubai with its quad-core chipset, Exynos 3475 SoC, and more
Jan 17, 2016 09:20 PM EST
Samsung has launched its new Galaxy J1 at a number of electronic stores in Dubai. The new flagship introduces interesting key features than the previous editions. These include AMOLED technology, quad-core chipset, and Exynos 3475 SoC.
GSM Arena mentioned that the new device is clocked at 1.3 GHz and quad-core Exynos 3475. Its memory is also set at 1GB of DDR3 RAM and 8GB in built storage. In which, its memory has improved from 4GB of previous models. The new J1's camera is also consists of 5 megapixles main shooter with LED flash and 2 megapixles front one. The new device is also powered by 2,050 mAh battery. Its connectivity is based to 4G.
Moreover, NDTV stated that the new Samsung Galaxy J1 2016 runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Its variant is presented in gold, black, and white. The report added that the new Android device features 4.5 inches WVGA or 800 x 480 pixels resolution Super Amoled display.
In another report about the new device's specs, Phone Arena noted that the processing power has seen a more significant upgrade. This chipset is built on the 28nm process, and incorporates the Mali-T720 GPU clocked at 600 MHz.
On the other hand, Samsung seems to have skipped the formalities of announcing its OEM's lineup. In terms of the price, Samsung J1 (2016) costs $135 or AED 499, according to the related report. The new flagship is $10 to $20 higher than the J1 Ace. Though, taking a look at its cost can still be considered more affordable than other smartphones.
As of the moment, there is no further information whether the company will bring the new Samsung Galaxy J1 across the markets other than Dubai. There is also no detail if the new Android device is purchasable via online retailers. Nevertheless, enthusiasts can find the new device in the various electronic stores in Dubai.