Samsung launches the entry-level Galaxy J2 2017 with 4G

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By launching the Galaxy J2 (2017) Samsung is basically trying to target the budget phone category after announcing a range of premium phones including the Galaxy S8, S8 Plus and also the Galaxy Note 8. This new feature would allow users to continue using fingerprint sensors for authentication even without bezels on their devices. Samsung is yet to announce the availability of the smartphone.

Samsung's next flagship smartphone, presumably dubbed the Galaxy S9, will likely feature a 3D sensor-equipped front camera offering improved facial recognition capabilities, a new report said on Thursday. Galaxy J2 2017 Edition is a dual-SIM smartphone and it supports USB OTG (on-the-go). Manufacturers just seem to be doing whatever the heck they want with these, so it's nice to see some phones have the option to re-arrange them.

Software: J2 (2017) runs on Android OS.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 features a 6.3-inch display sporting a resolution of 2960 by 1440 pixels, an Exynos 8995 processor paired with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

It is noteworthy that customers who pre-registered will get a free fast-charging battery pack and a free back cover, from the 13th of October, 2017. Meanwhile, Ultra Data Saving mode is claimed to save data up to 50 percent. "Browse seamlessly and save data while you stream videos, shop online or check out your favourite apps. So that you get the most cost efficient 4G experience", writes Samsung on its India website. The device has been priced at Rs 7390 and is now available via offline shops and the brand's own e-Store.

While the pricing of the handset has not been revealed by the official listing, Mumbai-based Mahesh Telecom has reported that the device will come with a price tag of Rs 7,390.

The Galaxy J2 (2017) is offered in Metallic Gold and Absolute Black colors.

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