The Samsung Galaxy J1 was launched early this year in February and it so happens that Samsung has already readied its successor. The new model, by the same name according to a leak, is expected to sport a bigger display and a newer processor as well.
Leaked informationÂ coming from a Vietnamese website has revealed not just the images of the new smartphone but a few details about its hardware specifications as well.
The leaked images revealÂ a refined design that shows offÂ what appears to be slimmer bezels accommodating a slightly larger display. The new design is still made of plastic and sports the standard multitasking, home and back keys on the front, and the camera with an LED flash on the back. An image showing the back with the cover off reveals dual SIM slots hiding behind the battery.
According to the same leak, the smartphone will sport a bigger 4.5-inch display instead of a 4.3-inch one on the current model. However, the resolution remains the same at 480 x 800 pixels (WVGA). OtherÂ changes are to do with the processor and the RAM. The Galaxy J1 (2016) supposedly packs in a brand new 1.3GHz quad-core Exynos 3457 chipset (with a Mali -720 GPU) that supportsÂ 1GB of RAM instead of 512MB on the older model.
The Samsung Galaxy J1 is expected to show up with 8GB of internal storage and should come with expandable storage via a micro SD card slot. The smartphone will be powered by Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and will pack in a 13MP primary unit paired with a 5MP front-facing one.