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Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) with AMOLED screen hits PH stores

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Samsung has released a new budget smartphone in the Philippines without fanfare or ceremony. Say hello to the Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018), a Qualcomm Snapdragon-based handset with an AMOLED display, so pictures look brighter, more vivid.

Priced at P7,490 (around $146), the 16GB model is now available online through Lazada and offline at MemoXpress stores nationwide. Your choice of colors appears to be limited to black and gold at the moment.

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The Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) is a pretty basic Android phone, so don’t expect much in terms of core grunt and features. It arrives with a 5-inch screen and a quad-core Qualcomm processor clocked at 1.4GHz and paired with 1.5GB RAM. It also gets dual-SIM slots, plus support for faster 4G LTE, which has a theoretical maximum download speed of 150Mbps.

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There are 8- and 5-megapixel rear and front cameras, both with an aperture of f/2.2. The battery is a 2,600mAh unit, while good ol’ Android Nougat is the operating system it ships with. But the biggest selling point here is also the most obvious: that AMOLED screen. Don’t expect it to be high resolution, though. You won’t get that trendy, extra-wide 18:9 aspect ratio, either.

The biggest selling point of the Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) is also the most obvious: that AMOLED screen.

The overall package is somewhat thin, so it will be interesting to see how the locals react to Samsung’s first low-priced offering in 2018. What do you think, guys? Sound off in the comments.

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has almost 10 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between. His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.