Samsung seems to be planning to expand its Galaxy J-series with the launch of two new smartphones. Dubbed as Galaxy J5 and J7, the smartphones have been spotted in the Chinese telecom regulator TENAA’s database, which has revealed the key specifications and images of these phones. J-series right now includes only one phone – Galaxy J1.
According to TENAA, Galaxy J5 and J7 will feature Android 5.0.2, 1.5GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and microSD card slot. J5 will sport a 5-inch HD screen and will be powered by 1.2GHz octa-core processor, while J7 will come with 5.5-inch HD display and 1.4GHz octa-core processor.
Both smartphones will support 4G LTE, NFC and other usual connectivity options.
There is no word on the release date or pricing at this point, but the TENAA certification indicates that these phones will be arriving soon.
Unnamed Samsung tablet
In addition the J-series phones, an unnamed Samsung tablet, which seems to go by code-name Chopin has been sighted in Geekbench database. Not much is known about the tablet at this point, but it seems to be a high-end device.
As per Geekbench listing, this tablet will be powered by Intel Atom x5 Z8500 quad-core 64-bit processor and run on Android 5.1. It will also pack 4GB of RAM.
We expect to see an official announcement in the coming months.