A week after appearing on GFXBench, the device which is considered to be a sequel of Galaxy J5 Prime, has just now passed the FCC norms. Apparently, proclaiming its arrival that is set to happen most probably in coming months. Well, the FCC approved device carries the model number G571F/DS and will be commonly known as either Galaxy J5 Prime (2018) or J5 Prime(2017) depending on its launch date.
Unlike the previous benchmark listing, the FCC visit of the new J5 Prime necessarily doesn’t reveal much about the device. In deed, some sort of SAR values and other safety checks result of the device are only available on the FCC database. However, if the benchmarking results are to be believed, there is nothing big to be expected from the device compared to its predecessor. In deed, it ought to be a budget-friendly handset with limited hardware capability.
Expected Features Of Galaxy J5 Prime
The new J5 Prime could flaunt a little degraded 4.8-inch display, contrary to the 5 inch in original J5 Prime. The display will be of HD resolution. It’ll be powered by a quad-core Exynos 7570 SoC clocked at 1.4GHz.
Moreover, the handset comes in 3GB RAM and 32GB internal memory, same as most of the current budget-smartphones. For photography, a 12MP camera resides ath the backside, and an 8-megapixel sensor for taking selfies. The device boots Android Nougat 7.1.1 on-board and an upgradation to Android Oreo might be in its destiny at a some point later.