Renders and specs of the Samsung Galaxy J2 (2018) aka SM-J250 have been reported on Slashleaks. From what the specs say, this is very much a phone that is aimed towards the budget segment of the market.
The J2 does not look a lot different from its 2017 counterpart. It follows similar design methodology as the old one. Thick bezels on all sides of the screen the new J2 seems nothing out of the ordinary. It has a front-facing camera that is equipped with an LED flash which is pegged to be a 5MP sensor. As reported, the back houses an 8MP camera coupled with an LED flash. The phone features Samsung’s signature home button flanked by capacitive navigation keys. The body seems to be made of metal with the headphone jack sitting on top and the micro-USB charging port on the bottom. It has been reported to be available in two color variants, Gold, and Black.
There’s not a lot to see in the specs department. A 5-inch screen sits on the front that sports a resolution of 960×540 pixels. The Snapdragon 425 quad-core processor powers the Samsung Galaxy J2 coupled with 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of ROM. The phone has a 2600mAh battery to keep it running.