Report: Four new Samsung Galaxy J handsets will be unveiled this month, each with "Infinity Display"
The new phones will feature the S Bike mode, which turns off notifications when the user is riding his bicycle. They will also include Ultra Data Savings mode which, when enabled, will stop apps from running in the background except for six individual apps that the user selects. And the new models will support Turbo Speed technology. The latter uses software optimization to help apps open faster, and allows for a smoother multitasking experience.
Samsung was the top smartphone manufacturer in India until the fourth quarter of 2017. Since then, Xiaomi has taken over. Just last month, Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo (see in the image at the top of the story) to compete with the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro. The Galaxy J7 Duo features a dual camera setup in back (13MP + 5MP) and is priced at 16,990 rupees ($253 USD at today's exchange rates). The Redmi Note 5 Pro, which also is equipped with a pair of cameras on the back, is priced at some Indian retailers at 14,999 rupees ($223 USD).
India is currently the second largest smartphone market in the world following China. The problem is that the most recent data (from 2016) shows per capita income in India was $1,670. That ranked the country at 112th out of the 164 tracked by the World Bank.