We’re not done with 2017 launches yet, at least in the case of Samsung. The Korean Electronics conglomerate is expected to launch at least 2 devices before 2017 comes to a close. One of them will be the entry-level J5 Prime (2017). The handset has been the target of leaks in the past few weeks as it appeared GFXBench. That did pretty much spill a lot of its secrets.
However, a new leak has once again reinstated the findings of benchmarks regarding the handset. A snap of a dim photo caught up by a tipster gives us an early look at its spec sheet. So, what does the leak disclose? The leak says Samsung will equip the phone with an Exynos 7570 chip coupled with 3 GB of RAM, something which GFXBench also agrees with. Being an affordable handset, there will be 16 GB storage (expandable up to 128 GB). In terms of display size, we’re getting a 5-inch 720p HD display.
The sequel to the J5 Prime (2016) will be equipped with a 12 MP rear imaging lens, and an 8 MP front lens. Android Nougat 7.1.1 is expected to be on board the device that will be powered by a 2,500 mAh battery.
All this does fall in line with the recent GFXBench listing, although we are yet to see any launch dates and prices of the phone. However, we are pretty sure it should launch before 2018 begins.