Samsung Galaxy J Launches Officially In Taiwan

The long-awaited metal-clad Samsung smartphone has now been made official in some parts of the world, namely Japan and Taiwan. The Galaxy J is basically an LTE-A version of the Galaxy S4, wrapped in an all-metal body. The suggested retail price of the phone in Taiwan is 21,900 New Taiwan dollars or roughly AU$814. At the moment the official specs of the device are still not concrete but it should be very…

The long-awaited metal-clad Samsung smartphone has now been made official in some parts of the world, namely Japan and Taiwan.

The Galaxy J is basically an LTE-A version of the Galaxy S4, wrapped in an all-metal body. The suggested retail price of the phone in Taiwan is 21,900 New Taiwan dollars or roughly AU$814. At the moment the official specs of the device are still not concrete but it should be very similar to that of the Japanese version.

This means that the Galaxy J will have a 5-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display, a 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 chipset, 3GB of RAM, a 13.2MP camera with OIS, a 2600mAh battery and 32GB of internal storage that can be expanded via a microSD card.

But of course, the Galaxy J’s most prominent feature is its metal-clad boy. There’s no word yet on what type of metal was used in the construction of its body as well as details of an international launch. But we’ll update everyone as soon as we get official word from Samsung.

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