There was a time that the Chinese-designed Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 ruled the mid-range electronic market. But, times have changed, and Samsung has thrown its hat into the ring by creating devices that range from cheap to expensive – and this includes coming up with mid-ranged priced models too such as the Galaxy J2 Pro.
Which model is better for your budget your needs?
A Look At The Samsung Galaxy J2
It gets its power from the Spreadtrum SC8830 processor and has 2GB of RAM with a 4,000mAh battery capacity. The internal storage space of the J2 is 16GB that’s expandable with a microSD card to 128GB. The J2’s operating software is the Android Marshmallow that also comes with the TouchWiz interface. When it comes to the camera, the J2 has an 8MP back camera with autofocus and LED flash. The front camera is 5MP.
A Look At The Xiaomi Redmi Note 3
The power for this phone comes from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 chipset, also with 2GB of RAM and 2,600 mAh battery capacity. The Redmi Note 3 has a 16GB internal storage space and, with a microSD card, can be expanded to 128GB (just like the J2 model). The Redmi comes with the Android 5.02 Lollipop firmware, using its MIUI skin. As for its camera, it has a 16MP primary camera that has phase detection autofocus and double LED flash. Its secondary camera is 5MP.
For the most part, the Samsung J2 is the clear-cut winner in everything but the camera. However, with better performances and larger battery capacity, it’s definitely regarded as the go-to device.
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