While there are companies like Apple or OnePus that only decide to launch terminals of its most powerful range every year, we see that there are more and more competitors in the mid-range, and Samsung never wants to waste its potential to not bet on it.
Samsung has taken a big step in the mid-range in recent years. Before we saw that many brands such as Motorola, Xiaomi or Huawei won this market with their terminals, but it was a couple of years ago when Samsung changed and began to make really interesting terminals for the mid-range, as it can be the entire J range. the range A.
These terminals have quite powerful specifications for the price they have, added to that normally, they have the best multimedia sections of their price ranges. One of the best selling phones of 2016 was the J5 of 2016, and the Korean firm does not want to miss the opportunity to continue the range with other variations that have given them so many good results.
Filtered the datasheet of the Galaxy J5 Prime
All the features of this terminal have been filtered in GFXBench. As we can see, it will be something small, with a 4.8-inch screen with HD resolution. Its processor will be, as almost always, an Exynos, exactly the Exynos 7570 manufactured by Samsung, with four cores. The RAM will be 3 GB to 32 GB of storage.
Other details to note is that it will not come with Android Oreo (at the moment, and it may be a mistake depending on the time of year in which it comes out). Its rear camera will be 12 megapixels and its front camera will be 7 megapixels. They are almost the same specifications as the J5 Prime last year, changing the screen size and RAM, so we’ll see what price Samsung takes it.
The characteristics of the Galaxy J2 Pro also come to light
In this case, we have fewer details when leaked in GeekBench, which gives us more information about its power than its technical specifications. We can see that it will carry a Qualcomm processor, a low-end version, with 2 GB of RAM and Android 7.1.1 Nougat. Surely, by the cores of the processor and the result it gives, we are in front of a Snapdragon 430.
This terminal will be cheaper than the J5 Prime discussed above, mainly focused on people who want a terminal that does the basic functions. In this photograph we see that the design would remain almost the same changing some details of the front, and leaving us with a really curious camera, we do not know if it is the final design or photography.