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Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro lacks internet connectivity for a distraction-free experience

13 April 2018 3

Samsung has released a new budget Android phone Galaxy J2 Pro that lacks internet connectivity. The aim behind blocking the mobile data such as 3G, LTE, and Wi-Fi is to provide a distraction-free experience to the people who require it the most. However, Samsung particularly targets the students and seniors who don’t want to be overwhelmed by so many apps that could take them away from the real world. For students, the phone could be a very helpful gadget that doesn’t distract them from their studies.

The Galaxy J2 Pro supports basic necessities such as call, message, and camera. And, it also includes a dictionary ‘Diodic 4’ which supports Korean, English.

The Galaxy J2 Pro doesn’t hold any different looks; it has simple design aesthetics like you would find in any budget Android phone. It features a 5-inch qHD Super AMOLED display. It’s powered by 1.4GHz quad-core processor and coupled with 1.5GB RAM and has 16GB internal storage that can be expanded further using a microSD card. It has an 8MP rear camera with a 5MP front-facing camera. The press release doesn’t mention that which version of Android this device is running.

The Galaxy J2 Pro is priced at 199,100 won (US$185) and will be available in black and gold color options. Samsung is also running an interesting promotion under which the students can avail a complete refund of this J2 Pro. The deal is the students purchasing the Galaxy J2 Pro through June will receive a full refund if they buy any of the higher end Galaxy S or A series smartphones after finishing their college exams.



Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro lacks internet connectivity for a distraction-free experience
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