A new J series phone by Samsung just appeared at the Taiwan NCC certification website today. The handset, the Galaxy J4 (2018), is probably the cheapest of the J series this year after the J2 (2018). The handset’s appearance brings live pictures as well as some schematics of the device.
Since this will be a cheap J series phone, the Galaxy J4 (2018) will be equipped with a 1.4 GHz Exynos quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM. Storage will be either 8GB or 16GB with expandability as well. The front of the handset houses a home button. If there is a fingerprint reader, it will be in there. The exact screen size is not known but it isn’t an 18:9 aspect ratio by any means. The rear has a single camera shooter with an LED flash. Again, details of the lens is not known.
The NCC pictures show a removable back and a replaceable battery, something we’ve seen very rarely this year. Software-wise, the Galaxy J4 (2018) will run Android 8.0 Oreo and will also support LTE.
Samsung is poised to launch four new J series phones in India, as per a report. The J4 (2018) might very well be one of them. Others include the Galaxy J6 (2018), Galaxy J5 (2018), Galaxy J7 (2018), and J8/J8+ (2018). Rumours point to a launch this month itself. However, Samsung has not declared anything just yet.