You know how everyone likes to diss Samsung because the Koreans sometimes take the whole diverse beauty of Android a little too far and launch too many products that are often virtually identical? The NTT DoCoMo-bound Galaxy J is a perfect example… up to a point, being eerily similar to both the Galaxy S4 and Note 3, but actually having a very distinct, unique and remarkable personality.
The thing is this J fellow, spotted in an unofficial DoCoMo brochure, is likely headed only to Japan’s leading wireless carrier. Not sure about the “when”, but the “where” of the equation seems fairly straightforward, if only based on the Galaxy J moniker.
So why is it such a shame the J won’t make its way to the Western hemisphere? In a nutshell, because it perfectly blends everything that’s cool about the original Galaxy S4 with what makes the Note 3 special. Save for the S Pen support.
Namely, it steals borrows GS4’s 5-inch Full HD screen, which for many is perfect both in size and pixel density, and at the same time packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip and 3 gigs of RAM, features the Note 3 rocks, but not the S4. Also, J’s design is an obvious nod to the third-gen GNote, albeit with a bit of added imagination and color: “coral pink,” “satin white” and “lapis blue.” Sigh…
<Source: Android Central>