Samsung launches new Galaxy phones, technologies

Samsung launches new Galaxy phones, technologies

Bengaluru, July 8 (IANS) Leading smartphone manufacturer Samsung on Friday launched two new Galaxy series phones while unveiling its Turbo Speed Technology (TST) and Smart Glow technologies.

Newly-launched Galaxy J2 2016 is the refreshed version of Galaxy J2 launched in 2015, an addition to Samsung’s existing 4G enabled smartphone portfolio.

The reengineered Galaxy J2 2016 loaded with ‘Made for India’ features is equipped with TST, a new technology which delivers suprior performance by loading native apps 40 per cent faster.

“With TST, Samsung engineers have made a quantum leap in optimising the operating system and hardware to provide consistent best-in-class performance out of the box and over time,” said Samsung India Mobile Business Vice President Manu Sharma.

Smart Glow offers Galaxy J2 2016 phone with next generation colour LED notificaion system.

Aimed at people looking for complete entertainment experience, Samsung has launched Galaxy J Max, which features a seven inch WXGA display coupled with 4G VoLTE connectivity for faster streaming and downloads. It has 200 GB expandable memory.

Slated to be available from July 10, Galaxy J2 2016 has been priced at Rs 9,750 while Galaxy J Max will be open for purchase by the end of July at Rs 13,400.

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