The next budget offering from the South Korean manufacturer will equip a standard 16:9 5.5-inch AMOLED panel and will be powered by its own Exynos 7570 SoC.
A week after its real-life images were leaked, the Galaxy J4 (2018) finds itself in front of the camera one last time before its global release. This comes in line with the launch of the Galaxy J6 (2018) which is slated for an unveiling on May 21 and is confirmed to come with an Infinity Display. Samsung is also expected to release the Galaxy A6+ in the country at around the same time which we came to know from the retail boxes that were leaked a few hours ago.
Looking closely at the leaked press renders, the Galaxy J4 appears to come with a rather conventional 16:9 AMOLED display that spans as much as 5.5-inch. if not for the capacitive buttons at the bottom, the J4 device looks a lot like last year’s Moto G5 with significantly thick bezels at the top and bottom. Samsung has provided the device with a fingerprint scanner which is accompanied by capacitive buttons on either side for navigation instead of leaving it on-screen.
There’s a front-facing snapper that we believe is a 5-megapixel sensor at the top which is coupled with an LED flash. The camera on the rear panel is a 13-megapixel lens which is positioned along the middle like in Samsung’s flagship S9 device. The camera unit is accompanied by a small slit which appears to be the device’s speaker.
On the inside, the Galaxy J4 (2018) will be powered by a 1.4GHz Exynos 7570 chipset with 2GB or 3GB RAM with up to 32GB of onboard storage which is expected to be expandable. The phone will come backed up with a 3,000mAh battery which will be enough to power the entry-level smartphone.
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