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Samsung will release both the Galaxy J2 (2016) and Galaxy J Max this month. While the former comes with an innovative “Smart Glow” notification system, the latter is a giant phablet with a 7-inch screen and entry level specs. Today we will compare these two handsets and show you the difference between them.

Designs

The Galaxy J2 (2016) measures 142.4×71.1x8mm and has a plastic body, its corners are very round and the Samsung logo is placed over a series of horizontal lines that extend to the frame. The Galaxy J Max is thicker as it measures 186.9×108.8×8.7mm and its body is made entirely of metal.



Displays

The Galaxy J2 (2016) has a super AMOLED display of 5-inch that supports a resolution of 1280×720 pixels at 294 ppi. On the other hand, the Galaxy J Max has a bigger TFT display of 7-inch that supports a resolution of 1280×800 pixels at 216 ppi.

Processors, Graphics Cards & RAM

The Galaxy J2 (2016) and Galaxy J Max feature Spreadtrum SC8830 chipset, a quad-core Cortex A7 CPU clocked at 1.5GHz, a Mali-400MP2 graphics card and 1.5GB of RAM.

Storages

The Galaxy J2 (2016) comes with an internal storage of 8GB which you can expand it up to 128GB using a microSD card. The Galaxy J Max will be released with an internal storage of 8GB, but you can expand it up to 256GB using a microSD card.

Cameras

The Galaxy J2 (2016) sports a primary camera of 8MP that features LED flash, autofocus, geo-tagging, panorama, HDR, face detection, touch focus and a secondary camera of 5MP. The Galaxy J Max has a primary camera of 8MP that features autofocus, LED flash, HDR, panorama, touch focus, geo-tagging, face detection and a secondary camera of 2MP.

Batteries

The Galaxy J2 (2016) will be powered by a removable battery of 2600 mAh which is less powerful than the 4000 mAh removable battery that will be found on the Galaxy J Max handset.

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