Samsung’s entry-level device from the J series called the Galaxy J2 was a hit when it came out in 2016 and sold well, and now the company is gearing up to launch its successor, the Galaxy J2 Pro 2017. The device’s existence is confirmed via the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) as the device has passed the certification, moreover, adding more fuel towards this device, is that a variant of Galaxy J2 has also received a Bluetooth certification as well. the rumored device is expected to launch in India in coming few weeks.
The device comes with model number SM-J250F/DS and SM-J250F which say’s that there will be two variants of this device. One for the international market, while one for a specific country, that model could be a dual-sim/hybrid. This model number is similar to the one found in the Bluetooth certification, so the device isn’t far away, and it shouldn’t be as there’s very little time remaining for the 2018 transition.
Moreover, there aren’t any specs mentioned in the any of the certified documents. So, you can expect a slight spec bump for the device. And 4G LTE support is already mentioned in the FCC doc, other than that its predecessor had Spreadtrum processor which is a very low-end CPU, mainly found in routers and such. Furthermore, the device featured a 5-inch HD display, an AMOLED panel surprisingly, 2GB RAM along with 16GB/32GB native storage with room for expansion via micro-sd card.
On the camera front, it had an 8MP rear shooter while the front was equipped with 5MP selfie snapper, powering everything here is a decent 2600mAh power pack. So, if you want an AMOLED display, the J2 pro is your ticket for AMOLED on entry-level price. The device is expected to launch around mid-November 2017 in India.