We've already told you a little something-something about one of the undoubtedly a few Samsung devices that will hit is by year's end, the Samsung Galaxy J5. The specs of what seems to be an upcoming mid-ranger had already leaked beforehand
, and so have a slew of images depicting the device, courtesy of China's certification agency (TENAA).
Today, SamMobile has got its virtual hands on some real-life images of the Samsung Galaxy J5 (SM-J500F). No surprises here, as it looks like your regular Android-powered Samsung smartphone design-wise (seriously, what did you expect?); moreover, the specs that had previously leaked are seemingly spot-on with the real deal.
This means that we are indeed dealing with a 5-inch display, quad-core Snapdragon 410 humming at 1.2GHz, a gigabyte and half of RAM, 8GB of storage for both the OS and your precious files. Fotunately, a microSD card slot is also a part of the feature mix. At the back, there's a 2,600mAh battery as well as a 13MP camera, complemented by a 5MP one at the front of the Galaxy J5.
Oh, did we mention that the rear cover is removable and the battery is user-replaceable? Well, we just did!
Currently, probably nobody outside Samsung's HQ knows whether this mid-ranger will launch on the market; speaking of markets, we also don't know which ones it will grace with its presence.
Samsung Galaxy J5 (SM-J500F)