Introduced in Japan back in October alongside Sony’s Xperia Z1 f, the Samsung Galaxy J seems to be ready for a release in Taiwan.
Taiwanese media has received notice that Samsung would host an event on December 9 (next Monday), when a new and mysterious smartphone that’s “just arrived” is going to be showcased.
The smartphone – partially seen in the teaser image below – does resemble the Japanese Galaxy J, so ePrice believes that this is what Samsung is going to announce for the Taiwanese market. Last month, the Galaxy J was certified by authorities in Taiwan, so its launch would come at the right time.
Specs-wise, the Galaxy J can be considered a slightly upgraded Galaxy S4. It’s offering a 5 inch Full HD display, quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB of RAM, and a 13MP rear camera.
We still don’t have any idea if Samsung intends to release the Galaxy J in more countries. But we’ll let you know when we find out.