Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro launched in Thailand with 3GB RAM, Android Nougat, and Samsung Exynos 7870 octa-core processor. According to the reports, Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro price is 19,000 which is approx 9,900 Thai Baht.
The new Galaxy J5 Pro is an upgraded version to Galaxy J5 (2017) which was launched earlier. Also, Samsung launched Galaxy J7, J5 and J3 series for 2017 in June.
Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro Specifications:
Galaxy J5 Pro has 3GB RAM and 32GB onboard storage, runs on latest Android Nougat, includes 5.2-inch HD resolution display (1280×720 pixels) and this is an AMOLED one. Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro powered by 64-bit Samsung Exynos 7870 octa-core processor. Coming to its camera, the upgraded version of Samsung Galaxy J5 2017 has a 13MP rear camera along with the 13MP front camera for selfies, video recordings, and video calling. There is a fingerprint scanner on the front. The Smartphone comes with 3000 mAh battery. And this is a 4G ready Smartphone with Volte support.
Coming to the Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro connectivity options, the Smartphone includes Bluetooth 4.2. Supports WiFi LAN IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac dual-band, and NFC is also included.
Galaxy J5 Pro Vs Galaxy J5 2017:
Galaxy J5 Pro is the upgraded version of Galaxy J5 (2017) Smartphone which was released earlier. Samsung J5 2017 has 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage, which is expandable to 256GB. The battery on this phone is 3000 mAh. This one also has a 13MP rear and front cameras. Samsung J series Smartphones which are released in 2017, runs on latest Android Nougat OS.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Max, J7 Prime Smartphones, these are announced earlier by the company. These Smartphones comes with different specifications. But Samsung Galaxy J7, J5, and J3 (2017) Smartphones have not gone on sale in India yet.
There are no official reports on Samsung Galaxy j 2017 series availability in the Indian market. Samsung Galaxy J7 Max in India also comes with support for Samsung Pay Mini, though this version of the app does not support the option of storing debit, credit cards to make payments.
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