Thanks to a complete filtration we have been able to know in detail the Galaxy J2 (2018), a low-end terminal that will hit the market in the coming weeks and that will have as main objective Russia and other emerging markets.
At the level of design and finishes the Galaxy J2 (2018) is a very simple terminal, as it is topped with plastic and retains those rounded lines that have characterized the low range of Samsung almost since its inception.
Turning to the specifications, we find a balanced component relationship that confirms that we are facing an economic model:
For the display, the next version of Galaxy J2 will be featuring a 5-inch Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 940 x 560 pixels. For the chipset, there will be SoC Snapdragon 425 with quad-core CPU. For the games and graphics, Samsung has used an Adreno GPU 308. Earlier, we expected the RAM to be 2GB. However, we will have to settle with just 1.5 GB of RAM. The camera optics is powered with 8 MP and 5 MP cameras. The battery of 2,600 mAh will be offering a decent battery life. Dual SIM feature will allow you to gain the max advantages from the phone.
For the software, Samsung has used Android 7.1.1 as an operating system. Users who want to store photos and other multimedia, there is memory flexibility of 16 GB storage capacity. As we see is a well-posed terminal that nevertheless maintains a bad habit of Samsung, endows this type of smartphones with 1.5 GB of RAM instead of going directly for the 2 GB.
It may seem unimportant but Android is an operating system that depends on RAM to offer truly good performance, and the optimal level is achieved from 2 GB of RAM.
Its sale price should be around 115 euros, a reasonable figure considering what other top-tier brands offer in the low range, although if we go to Chinese manufacturers such as Xiaomi or Meizu, we can find superior alternatives in price-performance ratio.