Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro With Android Nougat Launched

South Korean tech giant Samsung has launched its latest flagship device Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro with Android Nougat in Thailand. It is the latest smartphone in the Galaxy J series and is an upgraded version of Samsung Galaxy J5.

Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro
Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro features minor changes from its Samsung Galaxy J5, with the major changes being in the RAM and internal storage capacity.

Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro has been priced at 9,900 Thai Baht (which is around Rs. 19,000 in Indian value).  The device features minor changes from its predecessor, with the major changes being in the RAM and internal storage capacity. In the new device, the RAM would be of 3GB, which is double the capacity of what it was in Galaxy J5 (1.5GB). Its internal storage of 32GB is also twice more than what it was in its predecessor (8GB, 16GB). The internal memory can also be extended to 256GB with the help of a microSD card.

The upcoming flagship by the tech giant would come in a metal design and sport a 5.2-inch HD AMOLED display with a resolution of 1280*720 pixels. Powered by 1.6GHz Exynos 7870 Octa-core processor clubbed with Mali T830 GPU, it will have the fingerprint sensor situated in the home button, as per The Indian Express.

Coming to the camera quality, it will have a 13-megapixel primary and a 13-megapixel secondary camera. The primary camera will have a f/1.7 aperture while the secondary camera will have a f/1.9 aperture. Besides, it will have a 3,000mAh battery. Its connectivity options include NFC, 4G VoLTE, microSD card, GPS and WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac dual-band. Besides, it will also have support for dual SIM.

The company has not revealed any details regarding when will Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro be launched in Indian market. The news comes moments after it a leaked image of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 hinted at its infinity display.

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