The Samsung Galaxy J Series released its J5 in April 2016, and it’s often compared with the J7. However, there are some notable differences between the two such as battery capacity and screen size. The biggest difference though is the price.
What should you know about the J5 smartphone?
The J5 keeps up with the Samsung’s style of using Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, but it’s only got a 5.2-inch screen size with an amazing 282ppi pixel density.
J5 uses the Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 – unlike other similar devices with this price range. It also uses the quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A53 CPU.
Many people choose their smartphone for its camera. If a device doesn’t have a good-quality camera, it’s not going to sell much at all. With the J5, there’s a 13MP rear camera that includes LED flash and autofocus. The front-facing camera is 5MP and LED Flash.
The J5 includes a microSD card slot for external memory – up to 256 external memory, to be exact. It’s also got 16GB of internal memory along with 2GB of RAM.
So, what do you think of the Samsung Galaxy J5? Is it something you should be considering for your next smartphone? After all, it’s still got some worthwhile specs compared to the overly priced models.
Take your mobile photography game to the next level with this affordable clip-on lens kit from Xenvo. Comes with a macro lens and a super wide angle lens that easily clip onto your phone for professional-grade photos on the go.