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Today we will talk about the Samsung Galaxy J2 and Samsung Galaxy J5, two smartphones that have been released in September and June 2015, respectively and which come with some decent specifications.

Designs

The Galaxy J2 measures 136.5x69x8.4mm and weights 129 grams. On the other hand, the Galaxy J5 is taller, slimmer and heavier, as it measures 142.1×71.8×7.9mm and weights 146 grams. Both smartphones have a removable rear panel that’s removable and available in three color options: White, Black and Gold. Also, the back is curved on the edges, the rear camera sits in the central top and the frame is made of aluminum.



Displays

The Galaxy J2 has a Super AMOLED display of 4.7-inch that supports a resolution of 960×540 pixels at 234 ppi. The Galaxy J5 comes with a bigger super AMOLED display of 5-inch that supports a higher resolution of 1280×720 pixels at 294 ppi.

Processors, Graphics Cards & RAM

The Galaxy J2 features an Exynos 3475 Quad chipset, a quad-core Cortex A7 CPU clocked at 1.3GHz, a Mali-T720 graphics card and 1GB of RAM. The Galaxy J5 has a Qualcomm MSM8916 Snapdragon 410 chipset, a quad-core Cortex A53 CPU clocked at 1.2GHz, an Adreno 306 graphics card and 1.5GB of RAM.

Storages

The Galaxy J2 has been released with an internal storage of 8GB, while the Galaxy J5 comes in two internal storage variants of 8GB and 16GB. However, you can expand the storage capacity on both devices up to 256GB, using a microSD card.

Cameras

The Galaxy J2 sports a primary camera of 5MP that features LED flash, autofocus, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection and a secondary camera of 2MP. The Galaxy J5 has a way better primary camera of 13MP that offers autofocus, LED flash, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection and a secondary camera of 5MP.

Batteries

The Galaxy J2 is powered by a removable battery of 2000 mAh, while the Galaxy J5 has a more powerful unit with a capacity of 2600 mAh, which is also removable.

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