The Samsung Galaxy J was leaked out in Japan last month as an exclusive to the region, but it seems like the smartphone will venture its way out of the island nation relatively soon. The Taiwanese variant of the smartphone has been reportedly spotted on its local certification database, hinting at an imminent launch. This variant features the model number SGH-N075T which is almost the same as the model number from the Japanese variant, with the ‘T’ in the end probably indicating the region specific launch.
There’s still no clarification on whether this smartphone will make its way to global markets like Europe, Asia and even North America, but given that it’s not a Japanese exclusive anymore, it’s fair to assume that it will eventually make its way to world markets. Samsung is traditionally known for its wide range of smartphones which look almost the same, and the Galaxy J is no exception. While it resembles the Galaxy Note 3 from the outside, the smartphone features a 5 inch display, a Snapdragon 800 SoC and 3GB of RAM. So it’s basically like a shrunken down version of the Galaxy Note 3.
Source: Blog of Mobile (Translated)
Via: Unwired View