Tuesday , January 26 2021

Cheap Samsung Smartphones officially released, what is the price?



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The Samsung Galaxy J4 supports Android Oreo v8.1

Smeaker.com – After being mentioned a few days ago, eventually a cheap smartphone Samsung which was officially inaugurated on Friday (11/09/18). The smartphone is based on the Android Galaxy J4 Core.

Samsung Galaxy J4 Core shows some improvements in its specifications, ranging from screen size, battery capacity, and storage space.

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On screen, Samsung equipped the Galaxy J4 Core smartphone with a 6-inch screen with a resolution of up to 720 x 1480 pixels. While the previous generation, with a 5 inch screen and the resolution reached 540 x 960 pixels.

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For the kitchen segment, this Android phone has been powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core processor coupled with the Snapdragon 425 chipse, as reported on the Kompastekno page. In addition, the Samsung Galaxy J4 Core also runs with 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory.

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You can also increase storage capacity by using microSD memory up to a maximum capacity of 256 GB. New smartphone Samsung It also works on the Android Oreo v8.1 Go operating system with the Samsung Experience interface.

Turning to the field of photography, where the Samsung Galaxy J4 Core core is equipped with a single camera on the back measuring 8 MP. While for the front body a 5 MP camera is ready to spoil you.

To accompany you during your activities, Samsung equip it with a 3,300 mAh battery to accompany you during your business. There are 3 color variations that you can choose, namely black, copper and blue.

Unfortunately, although he appeared on the official site, the core price of Samsung Galaxy J4 Core this is still unknown. But surely the number is still about 1 million Rp.

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