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Samsung’s Project J isn’t just one device!

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Last updated: February 17th, 2013 at 20:13 UTC+01:00

As you may notice SamMobile posted the first details of the Galaxy S IV under codename Project J. Codename Project J was changed to Altius and Altius with the codename GT-I9500. And the Samsung GT-I9500 uses the name Galaxy S IV. So can you still follow everything? Good… SamMobile was tipped before about more upcoming devices by Samsung. Well the different thing this time is we are talking about a full line up of the Project J! Yap we are going back where it all begun! The Project J line by Samsung uses more than one device! Now before we get started we must say all information is based on upcoming accessories for Samsung’s Project J line.

The Project J line by Samsung is based on 3 devices where just 2 are confirmed and one still needs to get decided! One of the devices is of course the Galaxy S IV or GT-I9500 or Altius or Project J, just how you like to call it. The other 2 devices by Samsung is the Project J Mini which uses the codename Serrano. The Poject J mini Serrano simple hints to the Galaxy S IV mini. This device uses almost the same accessories as the Galaxy S IV only this device can’t use the wireless charing dock. The third device could be Samsung’s answer on Apple’s rumoured iWatch. Project J Active based under the codename Fortius uses some strange accessories like a Arm Band, a Bike Mount and a Pouch. Project J Active isn’t final decided yet but the Altius and Serrano are.

Below a list what we know about Samsung’s Project J line based on the accessories.
Project J Altius:
– Clear Cover
– Flip Cover
– Protective Cover
– Pouch
– Extra Battery Kit
– Battery 2600 mah
– Wireless Charging Kit
– HDTV Adapter
– Headset

Project J Mini Serrano:
– Clear Cover
– Flip Cover
– Protective Cover

Project J Active Fortius:
– Arm Band
– Bike Mount
– Pouch

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