Samsung SM-J100H will bring quad-core on the cheap

17 December, 2014

Samsung has been diversifying its alphabetic offerings – from the upper mid-range Galaxy A series through the affordable Galaxy E7 phablet. Now it's SM-J100H, a phone that seems to be in the realm of the Lumia 535.

Despite the model number, it has nothing to do with the Galaxy J. Instead GFX Benchmark results and a leaked User Agent profile reveal a 4.8" WVGA screen (480 x 800) and a quad-core Cortex-A53 processor at 1.2GHz (inside a Marvell chipset) with 1GB of RAM. The OS version is Android 4.4.4 KitKat.

The Samsung SM-J100H has a 5MP main camera with 1080p video capture, but very limited storage – only 2.2GB free storage was detected. There's a front-facing camera too (resolution unknown).

Interestingly the benchmark reported the presence of a barometer sensor, something usually reserved for higher end devices. Certainly not ones that don't have NFC like the J100H.

Note that he UAProf claims a Cortex-A7 processor, but that contradicts the info on the Marvell chipset. There's also a 100MHz difference in clock speed. As we found from the Galaxy Grand Prime review, the difference between those two isn’t huge.

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Reader comments

  • AnonD-278921

now weathermen all over the world can get a barometer on the move .lol :v

  • nosamsung

SAMSUNG is waste of money after buying 10000 to 15000 rs phone also customer will not satisfy because of lack of features and updates..i dont know why samsung never give os updates when sony motorola gives updates in 8k phones while samsung phones be...

  • thecalmcritic

A complete waste of resource and cheap Lumias should have been last on Samsung's list to worry about right now. WVGA phone space is where they don't need to dig a hole in but to get out of YESTERDAY. Compounded by the fact that Moto are able to ...