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Samsung Galaxy J8: Bang for the buck

Samsung unveiled the latest of their J series that is bound to bring the best bang for your buck after it was announced in May.

Priced at P15,990, the Samsung Galaxy J8 is a premium phone at a mid-range price and will be available in Samsung authorized stores and retailers nationwide on Aug. 4
Featuring a 6-inch Super AMOLED screen with a 1480x720 resolution for a sure crisp and vibrant display, a 2.5D curved glass jackets the modern 18:9 Infinity Display, an Octa-core Snapdragon 450 chipset to power it, the Samsung Galaxy J8 is a high-end smartphone with a modest price tag.

It comes with a 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of Internal storage, with an option to expand up to 256 GB via a microSD card. It runs on Android 8.0 (Oreo)

 In taking photos, the J8 comes with a dual camera setup on the back: 16MP primary camera and a 5MP secondary camera. On the front, a 16MP camera perfect for selfies and self-documentation photos and videos for budding and professional vloggers and the like.

One can record 1080p videos perfect for recording pets getting bamboozled with blankets, favorite musicians singing live, convicts giving a hilarious soundbite, basically anything in HD.

The Galaxy J8 utilizes a massive non-removable Li-Ion 3500 mAh battery that could spare enough for the day inspite having a session or two of any battle royale themed games (which are notorious battery drainers), or a solid 2-hour marathon of tv shows and movies.

As a standard for most phones lately, the Samsung Galaxy J8 is equipped with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner with face unlock for extra security. 

Priced at P15,990, the Samsung Galaxy J8 is a premium phone at a mid-range price and will be available in Samsung authorized stores and retailers nationwide on Aug. 4.

Topics: Samsung , Samsung Galaxy J8 , Smartphone
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