The Samsung SM-J100F did appear in the GFXBench benchmark database not too long ago, were it did reveal the kind of hardware specifications in which what first device in the Samsung J series of devices would carry, following up on the Samsung Galaxy A and Galaxy E range. The SM-J100H (there is also a variant of the J100F for the different countries which are located outside of Europe) has also appeared online, where the device itself has just gotten even more “official” in a sense, being listed on Samsung’s mobile website.
Appearing on the UAProf (User Agent Profie) does point the Samsung SM-J100F to a WVGA display alongside a 1.3GHz processor. Apart from that, the processor has also been listed as a standard Cortex-A7 processor rather than that of a 64-bit Cortex-A53 processor that was spotted over in the GFXBench listing earlier on, so we are still quite unsure what Samsung will deliver when the final deal comes out. Other expected hardware specifications include 1GB RAM, a 5-megapixel camera at the back, 4GB of internal memory, and Android 4.4.4 KitKat as the mobile operating system of choice – chances are this will be an extremely affordable handset that you might want to check out when it arrives if you are rather low on your budget.
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