Samsung Galaxy J5 has been a great hit since it was launched in November and it is perhaps preparing for a pre arrange, anticipating a surge in the sales. This has been huge for the franchise because this has been a huge commercial success, which was quite expected because the features were great and the main thing is that the price was affordable: what can be a better pair for a gadget to get success as far as the sales are concerned!
Samsung Galaxy J5 details
The main pros of this device is that it runs on Exynos 7870 (21.45 GHz), and the processor is powerful which allows the gadget to provide you a internal memory of 64Gb. The thing is, according to your budget, you can go for the 64Gb and the 128Gb varieties and thus this looks after the needs of the customer effectively.
Looking for other specialities, you would find that it has an incredible camera that Samsung has always offered. The twenty megapixel back camera would cater for your photographic needs and the front camera is of 16 megapixels, which is of just the right quality to be able to pamper you. The selfies would be great.
The screen is 6.01 inches and the pixels per inch would be around 401 which is someone you can boast of. The device is not at all heavy at 164 grams and the 3000mAh battery that it offers is great for the endless activities that your smartphone needs to perform without the fear of running out of battery. The sims are nano sized and you can insert two sims at a particular time and the sims must be GSM.
What can be said is that you should definitely go for this device if you want an affordable phone that has some incredible features up its sleeve.
With standard screen brightness and a SIM-free cost of £160, Samsung Galaxy J5 has proved itself the second longest lasting smartphone of 2016. With its cost-effective feature, this brand-new budget handset of Samsung is challenging other budget smartphones like Moto G 4th Gen easily.
Design: The J5 compromises in many areas like performance and entire build quality for keeping the price low. For instance, its plastic frame isn’t waterproof and its glossy finish doesn’t look do good compared to the metal frames. However, most importantly, the J5 is well-made and its matt cover is nicer than the grooved finish on the Moto G4. The J5’s slim dimensions make it really easy-to-hold. Display: The J5 is the cheapest Samsung phone that features 5-inch 1280×720 Super AMOLED display. Albeit, the Moto G4’s screen is pretty good but it can’t match the J5’s display’s vibrancy. With its 100% perfect black, SRGB colour gamut coverage and contrast ratio, the picture looks superb on the J5.
Performance: The J5 is definitely not the fastest smartphone because it can’t compete with other budget smartphones with its Quad-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor alongside 1.5GB of RAM. But in Geekbench 3, the J5 has put the Moto G4 behind in the single core and multicore test. Albeit Samsung’s Android 5.1.1 based TouchWiz interface is relatively responsive and smooth, but the Moto G also proved to be faster at loading games or web browsing. Camera: Like many other budget smartphones, the J5 features a 13MP rear camera which is found quite temperamental relying on the lighting conditions. Surprisingly, there’s no HDR mode for which resulting pictures aren’t very satisfactory. However, colour is bright if the indoor photography is done.
Conclusion: Albeit the J5 has many issues, it has enough speed to help you do your daily mobile tasks. A slight backlog is the Moto G4 users have already the benefit of having an upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which is not possible for the J5 users presently. So, except the battery life or screen, the Moto G4 beats the J5 everywhere. One backlog is that the Moto G4 is not water-resistant, albeit it features a 5.5-inch full HD display.
Finally, it’s up to you which smartphone you will choose. If you want a handy set with good battery life and screen quality, then the J5 is good for you. But if you want a budget phone with lots of good features, then you should definitely opt for the Moto G4.
Samsung launched the Galaxy J5 and Galaxy J7 as its first smartphones with a front facing camera featuring LED flash. Now, the reports reveal that the company is getting prepared to release the successors to both these smartphones, namely Galaxy J5 (2016) and Galaxy J7 (2016).
However, Samsung has not yet announced its new Galaxy J5 and J7 handsets but we can now take a look at these phones. The phones have now got their first photo leaks from China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center, which has now given approval to both these smartphones.
However, both these new handsets look almost the same but the J7 is larger than the former. Samsung’s Galaxy J7 is provided with a 5.5 inch display with 1080 pixels resolution while on the other hand the Galaxy J5 handset has a 5.2 inch display with 720 pixels resolution. In comparison to the predecessors Galaxy J5 and J7, these new devices are more elegant but will come made with the plastic material.
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) will get two variants this year, which will come with model numbers SM-J7108 and SM-J7109. Both these handsets are different only in their processing power, the SM-J7108 comes powered by an octa core processor clocked at 1.6 GHz speed. And the SM-J7109 will be provided with an unknown octa core processor with four cores clocked at 1.5 GHz and other four cores clocked at 1.2 GHz.
The Galaxy J7 features LTE and an internal storage of 16GB which can be further expanded with the help of card slot. There is a 13MP primary camera and 5MP front facing camera for clicking better quality images even in dim light. This device is packed with a massive 4,300 mAh battery and 3GB RAM for faster processing.
With a smaller screen having lower pixel resolution, the J5 (2016) is less advanced in comparison to the Galaxy J7 phone. The camera appears to be the same 13MP and 5MP on the front side of the phone for clicking selfie pictures. It has a qua core processor with 1.2 GHz clock speed and 2GB Ram on board. There is an internal storage of 16GB with further expansion possible.
Both the upcoming Galaxy J7 (2016) and Galaxy J5 (2016) handsets will get auto laser focus for better quality in low light conditions. These are the first ever smartphones from the Korean giant to feature this kind of auto focus technology, which was first seen on the LG’s G3 handset. Currently, the J7 and J5 are running on the Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system but we hope that the successor will get the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Samsung is currently working on the successor of the Galaxy J5 phone that was released last year. The Galaxy J5 handset has been spotted in India and the reports reveal that the phone has entered the country for testing purposes. That time, it was found that it sports the 5.2 inch Touchscreen display. Now, we have a list of the important specifications for this handset as the courtesy of a benchmark put by someone as a prototype of the SamsungGalaxy J5 (2016) phone.
It is revealed from the information screen of GFX Bench that this smartphone will get a 12 or 13MP rear snapper with LED flash for better picture quality in dim light as well. There is a 5MP front facing camera which is capable of clicking good quality selfie images. There is an internal storage of 11GB and 2GB RAM for better performance.
This handset is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chip with 1.2 GHZ quad core Cortex A53 processor. It runs on the latest Android 5.1.1 Lollipop operating system and OpenGL ES 3.0. This handset is powered by Qualcomm Adreno 306 GPU. The information screen shows that the next generation Galaxy J5 phone from the Korean giant will get a slightly bigger screen and more RAM in comparison to its predecessor.
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