In the domestic market, Samsung showed off an interesting mid-range telephone, the Galaxy Jump 2, equipped with a processor expected in the mid-range (including European) of the brand.
Without too much fuss, being a model launched for use on the domestic market through the local operator KT, the Korean brand Samsung has announced the new mid-range Galaxy Jump 2, heir to a model introduced almost a year ago.
The new Galaxy Jump 2 has a customized frame in green, blue or white, with a V-shaped notch in front and the fingerprint scanner on the side, put to dialogue with the proprietary Knox cryptographic chip. The rear offers a “square” on the left, with a quadcamera in 2 × 2 setup.
The front of the Galaxy Jump 2 is covered with Gorilla Glass 5 protective glass: underneath, an 8 megapixel (f / 2.2) self-camera is hidden at the top, for video calls and what would once have been called self-portraits. The rest of the space, with an aspect ratio of 20: 9, is up to the Infinity-V display, a 6.6-inch TFT LCD panel, resolved in FullHD +, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
The rear photographic section of the Galaxy Jump 2 features a main sensor of 50 (f / 1.8), one ultra-wide angle of 5, and two of 2 megapixels (f / 2.4), one of which for macro and one for depth.
The hi-tech charioteer of this device known as Galaxy Jumper 2 is a proprietary octacore processor (2.4 GHz), precisely the same Exynos 1280 also expected on this year’s Galaxy A, paired with the ARM Mali-G68 GPU with maximum 1,000 MHz. . The RAM, from 6 GB, is paired with the storage, from 128 GB, expandable via microSD up to 1 TB extra. Still on the hardware level, there are 5G connectivity, Bluetooth 5.1, Wi-Fi ac, NFC for contactless payments, GPS, 3.5 mm mini-jack and microUSB Type-C. Thanks to this last port, it is possible to operate the fast charging, at 25W, of the battery, from 5,000 mAh.
Animated by Android 12 under the One UI 4.1 interface, the Samsung Galaxy Jumper 2 is priced at 419,100 Korean won, equal to roughly 312 Italian euros at current exchange rates.