Samsung Galaxy J Max is Supposed to be a 7 Inch Phone First and then a Tablet Replacement

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  • 07 Jul 2016
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  • We’ve all heard about 2 in 1 devices and convertibles, but Samsung wants to change the definition of a 2 in 1 model, by proposing a 7 inch phone as new IT thing. Their newcomer is dubbed Samsung Galaxy J Max and it’s all in rumor and speculation phase now.


    We don’t even have a specs list for it, but we do know some interesting tidbits. It would appear that the giant newcomer will get the branding of a smartphone family and come with GSM cellular support, as well as LTE. Samsung did have a similar device quite a while ago, the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, that was able to make calls, but it was a tablet first.

    The new hybrid is supposed to look like a phone, act like a phone and use a not very premium build. The result will probably be a low midrange specced 7 incher with HD resolution, 2 GB of RAM and 13 MP camera, that’s my guess. I expect a price below $300, or even $250 here.

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    • Mark McCoskey

      Doubt that phone would be released in the States, but IF it was it would need to be Project Fi ready. It would also be nice if it was “Google Play Edition.” A 7″ smartphone that was Project Fi ready and received the latest Android OS updates, I’d buy it!

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