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Samsung Galaxy J4 full specs, photos and pricing leak

The Samsung Galaxy J4 and Galaxy J6 have been sticking to a pretty standard leak and rumor scenario so far. After a few benchmark listings and support page leaks, the two devices popped-up on a certification website, as well. So, it’s pretty clear that the Korean giant is flushing out its budget lineup for 2018 even further.

Samsung Galaxy J4

5.5″
1280×720
Super AMOLED
Exynos 7570
Mali T720 MP1
2/3GB RAM
16/32GB ROM
Android 8.0 (Samsung Exp 9.0)
MicroSD up to 256GB
Rear 13MP f/1.9
Front 5MP + flash
3000 mAh
UAH 4799 = IDR 2,600,000#Samsung #GalaxyJ4

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As per previous Galaxy J4 (SM-J400F) leaks, we already know it will likely be rocking a power-efficient, 14nm, Exynos 7570 chipset, paired with 2GB of RAM and a 720p display. Probably, of the Super AMOLED variety and in a traditional 16:9 aspect. A fresh new leak seems to confirm all that, adding some extra info, like a 5.5-inch screen diagonal as well as a second, higher-tier 3GB RAM option. So, you’ll likely be able to get the Galaxy J4 with either 2GB, plus 16GB or 3GB and 32GB of RAM and ROM, respectively.

The source also claims the camera setup will include a 13MP, f/1.9 camera and a 5MP snapper on the front. There should also be a dedicated selfie flash. The Galaxy J4 will probably pack a 3,000 mAh battery and ship with Android 8.0, with Samsung Experience 9.0 on top. Alleged pricing is set at UAH 4799, or about $185. The currency might also offer a hint as to where the information comes from. Still, we can’t really vouch for it’s authenticity, so take it as you will.

Update:

After digging around some more, we managed to find the source of the actual source of the leak. An Ukrainian store actually has an extensive listing for the unannounced Samsung device already up on its website.


Samsung Galaxy J4
Samsung Galaxy J4
Samsung Galaxy J4
Samsung Galaxy J4
Samsung Galaxy J4
Samsung Galaxy J4

Samsung Galaxy J4

It has official renders, marketing images and even a quick hands-on video of the device itself. This new development pretty much leaves nothing to the imagination. Also, we have little reason to doubt the $185 pricing now. Check out the second source link for more.

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