The Galaxy J series with other key releases helped Samsung to build its position in the smartphone market in 2015. Standing with Samsung’s four high-end devices for 2015, the share of Galaxy J series in company’s overall market performance is worth considering. To continue the success story Samsung is getting ready to bring another addition in the series, the Galaxy J1 (2016) and there are reports which shed the light on Galaxy J1 (2016) specifications.
As we saw with the original Galaxy J1, the device was liked well in the market despite lesser promotion as compared to the high-end devices. The upcoming Galaxy J1 (2016) is expected to arrive with even more powerful specs. A recent leak suggests some of these appreciating details about the next Galaxy J series device.
The leaked info surfaced on twitter suggesting the new Galaxy J1 (2016) with several upgrades as compared to its predecessor. The original Samsung Galaxy J1 is an entry-level device with 4.3inch display while the upcoming Galaxy J1 (2016) is expected with 4.5inch display and resolution of 480x800pixels.
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With this minor addition to the display size the internal specs are also expected to get boosted. According to the leaked details the Galaxy J1 (2016) specifications suggest it is going to carry the Exynos 3457 chipset which is yet to be announced. With the Exynos 3457 chipset the Galaxy J1 (2016) will give its users a quad-core processing performance.
Though the original Galaxy J1 was also equipped with dual-core processing unit the upcoming model is going to carry more RAM powers. As the details suggest, the Galaxy J1 (2016) model is going to carry a 1GB RAM against the 512MB RAM on the Galaxy J1. The new Galaxy J1 (2016) is also going to carry Mali-T720 GPU against the Mali-T400 GPU on its predecessor. The original Galaxy J1 was made public in February 2015 the sequel is expected to arrive on its first anniversary.