Tuesday, 23 January, 2018

Android Nougat starts rolling out for Samsung Galaxy On5 Pro in India

Double-sided smartphones could be the way of the future Image credit Samsung WIPO
Sherri Watson | 10 January, 2018, 08:43

There have been murmurings of foldable smartphones throughout the industry for quite some time, but now according to a report from The Investor, Samsung is ensuring that this actually becomes a reality with plans to start production of a foldable phone in November 2018. Representatives from multiple industries familiar with this matter said that Samsung Electronics recently switched development phase of foldable Smartphones to mass-production phase. The device supports both microSD cards for expanded storage (up to 256 GB) and dual SIM cards. The phone is now listed on the official website of Vietnamese division. A barrage of patent-based reports showed us various designs that Samsung is considering for such a device, some being far more exciting than others. The smartphone comes in Black, Blue, and Gold color options.

Samsung had focused on the design and features of the smartphone.

At the press briefing, Koh added, "We want to have a good reaction from customers once the phone is out in the market". The smartphone is powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core chipset.

With Samsung J2 Pro (2018), it's easy to capture all the moments of life. The smartphone has 13 MP front camera and will be priced below Rs. 15,000. But if you're inexplicably interested in 2018 in plasticky 5-inchers running Android 7.0 Nougat, sporting qHD screen resolution and packing 1.5GB RAM, you should be happy to see the entry-level handset officially announced at last.

Samsung J2 Pro (2018) is now available in Vietnam and shortly, it will also be available in the emerging markets of the world including Pakistan.

This new update will amaze the users with numerous astounding features, such as quick settings with customizing properties, Google keyboard with an improved version, split-screen multitasking, recent applications window, enhanced notifications and much more.