Samsung’s Galaxy Jump series is an unfamiliar smartphone series to the consumers. The Galaxy Jump 1 was launched in the 2nd Quarter of 2021. The phone was not a whole new series. It was a rebranded version of Samsung Galaxy A32 5G or M32 5G. The Galaxy Jump offered almost everything that M32 5G and A32 5G offered.
Why we didn’t hear about the phone? The Galaxy Jump exclusively launched in South Korea collaborating with the country’s largest telecommunication company KT Corporation. That is why the Galaxy Jump name was unknown to most of us.
But why we are talking about the phone? Because there’s a news about its successor Galaxy Jump 2.
Today Anthony leaked some of the key specifications of the Galaxy Jump 2 via Twitter. We got information about its cameras, battery, processor, and display.
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Samsung Galaxy Jump 2 will offer a 6.6-inch FHD+ Display. There is no confirmation whether the display will be IPS or AMOLED. But it is confirmed by the leak that the display will offer a 120Hz refresh rate.
The phone will also offer Exynos 1280 5G processor. There was Mediatek Dimensity 720 on Galaxy Jump 1. Now there will be a big jump on the performance section of the phone. There will be a 6000mAh battery.
There will be a quad-camera setup on Galaxy Jump 2. The main sensor will be a 50MP most probably Samsung’s sensor. There will be a 5MP ultrawide camera and the others will be a 2MP macro and a 2MP depth sensor.
The phone will come with One UI 4 skinned on Android 12.
Samsung Galaxy Jump 2
– 6.6 inch FHD+ 120hz Display
– 50/5/2/2 cameras
– Exynos 1280
– 6000mah battery
– Android 12
Massive upgrade over the Jump which was a rebranded Galaxy A32 pic.twitter.com/Dbg6RFUmxI
— Anthony (@TheGalox_) April 18, 2022