Samsung Galaxy J leaves Japan, Taiwan is first to get it
The Samsung Galaxy J is already official and on sale on Japan's DoCoMo carrier but it now appears the phone is getting a wider release. The Galaxy J has been spotted on the Taiwanese communications regulatory website carrying the model number SGH-N075T, which could mean it will be available in other parts of Asia.
The Samsung Galaxy J features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC, 3GB of RAM, and a 5" 1080p display. The Galaxy J will be available in three different color schemes Coral Pink, Satin White, and Lapis Blue.
While there's still a chance that the phone will remain exclusive to Taiwan and Japan, at this point it seems more likely that Samsung will launch it in at least several more markets. The Galaxy J, which looks like a mash-up between the Galaxy S4 and Note 3, will certainly find its fans outside Japan, so this is certainly good news.
Samsung currently holds the largest market share in terms of smartphones sold and the Koreans certainly have their diversified portfolio to thank for that. Adding another premium smartphone might have boost its lead even further, although it might cause trouble with after-sales support if the company doesn't have the resources to update so many devices.
Because they are copying Nokia now not Apple.
- 2013-11-21 02:06
common you can't call this a copy. There is no copyrights on phones to release in specific countries in a specific pattern. HTC is a competitor to Samsung and Samsung will go after it any where it wants.
- 2013-11-18 21:52
The wallpaper looks nice!
- 2013-11-18 21:20