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Samsung Exynos processor
Expandable memory up to 256GB
Can buy from offline stores
No dual camera
No fingerprint sensor
Same Samsung design
Samsung Galaxy J4 Price In India: Buy Samsung Galaxy J4 Mobile worth Rs. 10990 at Rs. 8750. Samsung Galaxy J4 In India is Rs. 8750 for 2GB RAM 16 GB ROM variant. The Samsung Galaxy J4 comes with 13 MP Rear camera | 5 MP front camera, HD Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display with 720x1280 pixels, Android v8.0 Oreo operating system, 000 mAH lithium ion battery.
The Galaxy J4 is a budget phone, priced at Rs 8,250 and Rs 10,990 for 2GB and 3GB respectively and lacks the charm of a mid-range J-handsets. Moreover, it is hard to find a valid reason to buy this phone because it has mediocre specifications, no dual cameras in either back or front, and no fingerprint sensors, which is increasingly becoming popular with budget phones. The Galaxy J4 is available in three colors; black, blue and gold.
All Samsung J-phones run on Exynos quad-core chipset including Galaxy J4. The phone is powered by Exynos 7570 SoC series processor which clocks at 1.4 GHz. The processor is coupled with Mali-T720 MP1 GPU and is available in either 3GB or 2GB RAM. The Exynos is a SoC produced by Samsung for phones and tablets. Launched in 2016, the Exynos processors have good power utilization and better performance, vouches Samsung. They also have great downstream speed of 300 Mbps and upstream of 50 Mbps. The phone has an internal memory of 32GB which is expandable up to 256GB with a dedicated microSD card slot, housed on the right edge of the handset. The phone sports a plastic body in the back and front which is the case with all budget and mid-range Samsung phones. It has a dimension of 151.7 x 77.2 x 8.1 mm and weighs 153 grams. The 5.5-inch display feels sturdy and solid in hand and easily operable with one finger. The back of the phone has its 13MP camera and the flash sitting on the right with the embossed Samsung logo below. The microUSB port and 3.5 mm audio jack is at the bottom edge. The volume rocker and sim-card tray sit on the left edge and the power and speaker grille in the right. The handset has a hybrid dual sim slot which is accessible through a pin provided in the package. Down below we have the non-lit capacitive navigation buttons, and the hardware home button.
The 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 720 x 1280 at 267 pixels per inch. It is a Super Amoled TFT capacitive touchscreen which has good brightness and clarity. There are different display options from the Settings menu to play around and get what suits you best. The phone has excellent viewing angles and bright enough in dark and not reflective in direct sunlight. The screen is readable in all angles with good contrast to suit your eye. The TFT capacitive touchscreen has no lagging and you can navigate with a brisk.
The Samsung Galaxy J4 is powered by a 3,000 mAh Li-ion removable battery. According to Samsung the phone can be used for 11 hours of 3G internet usage, 18 hours video playback, 80 hours of audio playback and talk time up to 20 hours.
The phone also has good gaming experience with PUBG and Asphalt. There are no issues with lagging and touch response. Even when you play for long the phone does not have any heating issue. The phone performs well with good network connection and calls are clear and loud. It has a solid active noise cancellation. J4 performs just like any Samsung budget phone out there.
The Galaxy J4 has a 13MP rear and 5MP front camera with LED flash. The rear lens has an aperture of 1.9 while the front one has f/2.2. The front camera comes with 3-level flash adjustments, it is meant to take well-lit selfie shots and avoid grimness and glare.
Samsung’s camera app is always a bit overwhelming with loads of stickers and filters to add to your images. J4 too has its share of stamps and stickers and filters to post-process your images and add more fun and creativity. After taking selfies or portraits, add stickers to images. There is option of adding live filters while taking shots. Instant Sharing is again an exciting option in an era of social media. After you take shots as you toggle right there appears you recent contacts and social media option with whom you can share you pictures with. There are options to add cool smileys and animations while taking shots. There are no options to add bokeh effects to images in J4.
There are other features like Pro, Panorama, HDR, Night, and Food modes. You can even download more modes you can download Sports shot, beauty mode and Animated GIF from Galaxy App.
The camera gives you underwhelming shots, and fairs averagely in well-lit environment. The color saturation is nothing great but is isn’t grim either. In Auto mode though sometimes, the exposure is overblown. The autofocus has a lag time but it does its job well. In low light the noise creeps in around the boundary. There is lack of settings if the Pro mode which could put off some people. Particularly when shooting using Live Focus feature there is delay in post processing. The photos are well focused and well captured with good color detail and saturation. Both the cameras can shoot FHD videos up to 30 frames per second.
The Samsung J4 plus runs on Android Oreo 8.0 with Samsung applications like Pay Mini, Bixby, Samsung Health, Samsung Notes, Voice Recorder, Email, Internet and My Files. There are some pre-installed Google apps, Facebook and Opera Max and Microsoft apps too. Pay Mini is integrated with Paytm and is a useful app for making cashless purchase. App Pair is another interesting feature which lets you launch two apps simultaneously in your phone. You can Instagram and Facebook side by side with App Pair. Also, you can have two accounts in your Facebook messenger and operate them at the same time.
Secure Folder is a useful app especially these days where you never know how safe and secure your private data is. This app lets you store images, documents and any file in an encrypted space which is accessible with a password. Though we do not what is the backend server for these apps and how secure they are. But Samsung promises them to be secure enough.
Bixby is somewhat helpful too but do not expect much from it as is the case with Siri. As you toggle the homescreen towards left Bixby appears at your service. It packs some incredible features but still needs reformation to work seamlessly and effectively. Bixby can be synced with your Google calendar and shows your daily schedule, tomorrow’s weather, most visited webpages, current news and more. The phone gives you a stable UI that can perform most of the tasks, from basic to complicated. It will not hang up out of the blue and can be relied upon for your day to day needs.
Samsung Galaxy J4 has an octa-core Exynos processor which is a smooth performing one and is able enough to do basic tasks as well as handle intense applications. The OS comes with many apps that adds benefit to your smartphone usage. This phone has other contenders too. There is Redmi 5 launched in April with Snapdragon 850 processor that clocks at 1.8 GHz. It also has a 12MP camera, with 3,300 mAH battery available at Rs 8,999. If you pinch a little more there is also the Moto G 5Plus which is a phone under Rs 15,000 with 3GB RAM and 64GB storage. Galaxy J4 does not make any special case to buy it. If you are an admirer of Samsung phones and is looking for an upgrade Galaxy J4 is not a bad choice to opt for.
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