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Samsung Galaxy J leaked, reveals 5-inch FHD Display and Snapdragon 800

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Last updated: October 7th, 2013 at 15:12 UTC+02:00

We recently got wind through an FCC certification that Samsung is developing Galaxy J (SC-02F) for the Japanese market. Now Japanese blog, RBMen has published images of the Galaxy J that will be a part of NTT Docomo’s 2013-14 Winter-Spring lineup to be announced on October 10. The Galaxy J will be available in three colors – Coral Pink, Satin White and Lapis Blue and bring in features like a 5-inch Full HD display (AMOLED or LCD is unconfirmed), snapdragon 800 MSM8974 CPU, 3GB RAM, 1Seg for TV and more.

The phone has a good balance of looks and power but chances of Samsung releasing it outside Japan looks unlikely.

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