Posted by Johan N. 1 year ago

Samsung Galaxy J officially launched in Taiwan


Less than a week after Samsung teased the device for Taiwan, the Galaxy J has been officially launched in the country. The phone will be available in red and white colors (the blue variant will remain exclusive to Japan) between mid-December and early January for 21,900 TWD ($740) off-contract, or for 7,990 TWD ($270) on carrier contracts with a 1,343 TWD ($45) fee every month.

The Galaxy J sports a Snapdragon 800 CPU, 3GB of RAM, 5-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display, 13-megapixel camera, 32GB of storage and a microSD slot, a 2600 mAh battery, and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean; as we’ve said before, it’s more or less a Galaxy Note 3 inside a Galaxy S4-sized body, and it should be a great buy for those who want a Samsung flagship that’s not too big or unwieldy. A launch in other markets isn’t certain, though we’ll keep our fingers crossed that happens in the near future.

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5 comments on “Samsung Galaxy J officially launched in Taiwan

  1. teftifo 1 year ago said:

    Hi… And how about the body ? Metalic? Or plastic?

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  2. AJ1993 1 year ago said:

    Its made of metal guys just so you know its their way of seeing how people like yhe metal feel with galaxues

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  3. caesantos 1 year ago said:

    It’s a kind of test: they want to know how the market reacts to a Samsung top smartphone with a metal body. Then they will think of what to do with the next Galaxy S (5).

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  4. rezanory 1 year ago said:

    wooooooow.Best Phone

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