Samsung Galaxy J2 Review

Samsung launched the Galaxy J2, the company’s entry-level 4G smartphone priced at Rs. 8490 last month. It is the company’s first smartphone to feature new Ultra Data Saving mode powered by Opera Max that let users to save data by enabling data optimization. Is the Galaxy J2 worth the price? Let us find out in the complete review.

Unboxing

 

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Box Contents

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  • Samsung Galaxy J2 smartphone in Gold color
  • 2-pin Charger (5V-0.7A)
  • Earphones with microphone
  • 2000mAh battery
  • Quick Start Guide

Display, Hardware and Design

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The Galaxy J2 has a 4.7-inch Super AMOLED display with a pixel resolution of 964 x 540 pixels and a pixel density of around 234 PPI. The display is bright, has good viewing angles, offers vibrant color output and the sunlight visibility is also good. Blacks are perfectly black, thanks to the AMOLED panel. Since the pixel density is low text is not crisp compared to other smartphones with HD displays.

Since it doesn’t have an ambient light sensor you have to adjust the brightness manually using the slider depending on the conditions. There is an outdoor mode option that increases the brightness for 15 minutes or until the screen is turned off. The design of the smartphone is similar to other J series phones with curved corners and chrome rim on the sides.

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On the top there is a 2-megapixel fixed focus camera with f/2.2 aperture. Selfie shots have a lot of noise when captured indoors and it is decent in bright conditions. The front camera can record videos at VGA resolution. It has a proximity sensor next to the earpiece, but the smartphone lacks an ambient light sensor, even though there is a cutout for it. It also lacks notification LED.

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There is Samsung’s signature home button below the display. The capacitive touch buttons for menu and back are present on either sides of the home button. These are not backlit, neither offer haptic feedback when pressed.

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The power button or lock button is present on the right side and the phone is 8.4mm thick. The smartphone has shiny chrome rim running on the sides. Even though the rim is shiny, it doesn’t attract fingerprints.

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