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Samsung is planning to release the successor version of their Samsung Galaxy J5 device. The 2016 version of the device appeared on the GFXBench Site. The GFXBench provides the analysis over the performance of the visual computing devices. The Samsung Galaxy J5 2016 device have a better specification than the version released in last year. The phone has 1.8GB of RAM upgrading the 1.5GB RAM carrying the predecessor version. Let’s see the specification of Samsung Galaxy J5 2016 model in detail which appears on the GFXBench database.

Samsung Galaxy J5 2016 version appeared on GFXBench Site

Samsung Galaxy J5 2016 appeared as an SM-J510x model. It has 5.2 Inch of the screen with 1280X520 pixel resolution. The phone has 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor. It also has Adreno 306 GPU for graphics processing. The phone comes with loaded 1.8GB of RAM. It has 11GB of inbuilt storage to store files, pictures, music and videos.

As far as cameras are concerned the Samsung Galaxy J5 2016 has 12 Megapixel of the primary camera at the back panel. The camera also records 1920X1080 pixels video. It has features like autofocus, face detection, and touch focus feature. The phone also has 4.7 Megapixel of the secondary camera at the front panel. It can be used to click pictures and record videos. The secondary camera can record videos at 1920X1080 pixels also.

According to the specification listed on the GFXBench Site, the Samsung Galaxy J5 2016 is a single SIM smartphone. The connectivity features come as Bluetooth, GPS, NFC, and Wi-Fi. The phone also has important sensors included. It has Accelerometer, Light Sensor, and Proximity Sensor. Configuration wise the successor version of Samsung Galaxy J5 is greater than the past released version. It is also expected that the device will also have greater price than its predecessor version. There is no official release date about the device is made by Samsung as of now. But as we have seen the testing results we can say that the device will be soon out to the markets. Source

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