The South Korean electronics giant Samsung’s have just pushed a smartphone bearing a model number SM-J120F through the FCC (Federal Communications Commission). The handset is said to be the replacement of the previously released Galaxy J1 Smartphone and comes with a dual-SIM feature with version number SM-J120F/DS.
As proclaimed by leaked sources, the handset has passed through the US Federal Communications Commission. The FCC has not yet disclosed any specs of the device, however Zauba, which is an Indian website dealing in Imports and exports has unveiled a few details. According to Zauba, the device will feature a 4.5-inches screen which seems like an improvement on the 4.3-inches screen featured in Galaxy J1. In addition, the listing also disclosed the probable sticker price that is INR 6,686.
Some of the other specs revealed by GFXBench listing include a 5MP primary camera along with 2MP front snapper. The handset will be driven by Exynos 3475 processor with quad-core CPU clocked at 1.3GHZ. In terms of storage, the device is speculated to pack in 1GB of RAM and 4GB internal storage. The handset runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the case.
These listings come just a day after it was disclosed that the Korean tech giant is occupied with a device called Galaxy J1 Mini which is a variant of Galaxy J1. The device is rumored to embrace a 4.3-inches display with 800×480p screen resolution, Spreadtrum SC8830 processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage.