In 2017, Samsung continues to roll out many smartphones in the global market. Not only for the upper class, an electronics manufacturer headquartered in Seoul, South Korea is also rolling smartphone for the middle class and lower.
Targeting middle-class consumers, recently Samsung has launched the Galaxy Feel. Interestingly, the smartphone comes exclusively to NTT DoCoMo, one of Japan’s largest telecommunications operotor.
Galaxy Feel packed by Samsung with the support of its own chipset, the Exynos 64-bit octa-core processor with a clockspeed of 1.6 GHz. Additional support is 3 GB RAM, 32 GB ROM which is expandable with microSD up to 256 GB.
Feel Galaxy Samsung also equips with 16 MP primary camera which is attached firmly at the back of the device as well as a front camera with a resolution of 5 MP. The screen itself has a size of 4.7 inches with HD resolution using AMOLED panel.
For its power supply, Samsung provide this smartphone with a battery capacity of 3000 mAh (non-removeable). Samsung claims, the batteries can last as long as 170 is in standby mode. Quick Charge Support has also been present in this smartphone, where the battery can be fully charged in just 110 minutes.
No less interesting, this smartphone has also been equipped with IP6X certification that proves that the Galaxy Feel resistant to dust and water. Not to forget, Samsung has also equipped the smartphone with 4G-LTE, VoLTE, NFC and Android 7.0 Nougat.
Pre-order this smartphone itself has been started via the operator NTT DoCoMo and will be sold in mid-June 2017. There is no official notification regarding the price and whether the future Feel Galaxy will also be released to the outside of the Japanese market.