Whoever thought that Samsung would let the month of October pass without any release was mistaken.
In this first half of the month, the South Korean manufacturer has already placed two new devices on Brazilian shelves: the Galaxy S5 New Edition.
Now, two new intermediaries have been approved by Samsung at Anatel and will probably be launched later this month.
Check out more details about the new Galaxy Mega On and Galaxy J2 below.
The new models are less interesting variants of the Galaxy J5 and Galaxy J7, for example, but can be sold at more attractive prices.
The Galaxy Mega On was leaked about a month ago, with an Exynos 3475 quad-core processor and 1.5 GB of RAM.
Apparently, the model that will be marketed in Brazil will feature the Snapdragon 412 chipset, little used among the intermediaries of most popular manufacturers.
The Galaxy J2 appears to be a modified version of the also leaked Galaxy Grand On, with 1 GB of RAM and Exynos 3475 processor, this being an entry variant.
On the Anatel website, the Galaxy J2 appears cataloged in three different versions: SM-J200M, SM-J200BT and SM-J200DS.
These models are likely to have differences in the type of internet connectivity, such as dual-SIM 3G and dual-SIM 4G versions.
Check out the approval registered with Anatel:
Galaxy J2 and Galaxy Mega On: technical specifications
|Android Lollipop 5.1.1||Android Lollipop 5.1.1|
|4.7 inches||5.5 inches|
|540 x 960 pixels||HD|
|Exynos 3475||Snapdragon 412|
|1.3 GHz||1.4 GHz|
|1 GB||1.5 GB|
|2,000 mAh||3000 mAh|
|8 GB||8 GB|
|5 MP||13 MP|
|2 MP||5 MP|
|Dual-SIM 4G||Dual-SIM 4G|
|140 grams||145 grams|
What did you think of Samsung’s new intermediaries?