Last month Samsung announced its mid-range smartphone Samsung Galaxy J8 in India. Now the Korean company wants to launch this device globally, and should be available next month, according to a recently released schedule. This is something that also seems to have been confirmed by a firmware version that came to the Internet.
It should be noted that the first countries to receive this smartphone will be India, Nepal and the United Arab Emirates. For these will be the model SM-J810G, while for the countries of Western Asia will be the SM-J810F.
The firmware for the SM-J810G model loads the build number J810GDDU1ARF4, while the SM-J810F model will be identified as J810FJXU1ARF2. It should be noted that both models include the security patch for the month of April. We recall that the Galaxy J8 was unveiled to the world along with the Galaxy J6, Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6 Plus.
Specifications: Samsung Galaxy J8
This device comes with an infinite screen and a ratio of 18: 9. It should be noted that it is the first J-series phone with a dual camera configuration on the back. The 6-inch Super AMOLED diagonal display with HD + resolution fills the entire front of the phone leaving no room for a fingerprint reader. So this device has the biometric fingerprint reader on the back just below the cameras. The rear cameras have 16 and 5 MP sensors and the front camera for selfies is 16 MP with an LED flash on front and rear.
Samsung Galaxy J8 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor which is octa-core in nature clocked at 1.8GHz with Adreno 506, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage capacity. Other features include a 3500 mAh battery, a 3.5mm headphone jack. This device comes with the Android Oreo operating system with Samsung Experience 9.0 above. The speculation is about registering the Pre-orders from 28 June onwards. The price is Rs 18990/ 1800 Yuan/ $278,