Samsung Launches Galaxy J Max With 7-Inch Display In India
Amid several leaks lately about Samsung’s Galaxy J Max the curtain has been finally lifted with the launching of the device in India earlier today and of course spoiling the potential market of Xiaomi’s similar dubbed phablet, the Mi Max.
From the large 6.4-inch display of Mi Max it was widely rumored the Samsung Galaxy J Max would come with a 7-inch screen (similar to Galaxy Note 3) and the same turned out true in the Indian city Bangaluru when South Korean giant launched the device.
The primary highlight of Samsung Galaxy J Max is its 7-inch HD WXGA display. The phone comes with a quad-core processor clocked at 1.5G and 1.5GB of RAM. It is mounted with an 8-megapixel rear camera and 2-megapixel front sensor, of course it could turn to a bit of disappointment for selfie lovers and those who makes video calls.
In terms of storage the onboard space is an okay part with 8GB of size, but the memory is said can be expanded up to a huge 200GB with the help of a microSD card. The device is considerably thin at 8.7mm. Its width is 108.8mm, which mean a strain is surely to be felt in hands while making calls.
The phablet is fueled with a 4000 mAh battery and houses Dual-SIM slots. It is a 4G LTE device and Samsung has priced tagged INR 13,400 in India (somewhere little more than $200 USD).
To lure potential customers Samsung has roped in Airtel carrier to offer a double data benefit plan for six months from the purchase date. The phone will hit shelves across India by the end of this month.
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