Samsung India today announced two new additions to its Galaxy J series of smartphones - Galaxy J2 2016 and Galaxy J Max—priced at Rs 9,750 and Rs 13,400, respectively. Galaxy J2 2016 is a follow-up version of the Galaxy J2 launched in 2015, which is currently India’s top selling smartphone.
It is also an addition to Samsung’s 4G-enabled smartphones portfolio, which forms over 60 per cent of the 4G market in the country today, the company said in a release.
It said Galaxy J2, 2016 has been re-engineered, re-designed and re-loaded with new ‘Make for India’ features such as Turbo Speed Technology (TST), an innovation which results in superior device performance, and Smart Glow, a next-gen colour LED notification system for the convenience of the user.
On Galaxy J Max, it said that the phone has been designed for those who are looking for a complete entertainment experience on a mobile device.
Building on this insight, Galaxy J Max offers a 7-inch WXGA display for an immersive viewing experience, along with 4G VoLTE connectivity for fast downloads and streaming, it added.
Samsung said Galaxy J2 2016 will be available from July 10, 2016 across all channels, at a price of Rs 9,750, while Galaxy J Max will be available across channelsfrom end July, 2016 and will be priced at Rs 13,400.