Samsung has consistently played an active role in the smartphone market with the launch of their devices. A plethora of handsets are released from time to time and Samsung plays an effective role in pioneering the transcending age of innovation. Just previously we have seen Samsung launching the Galaxy J for Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo. It was a device tilting a balanced outlook sandwiched between the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3. The handset was powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor and possessed 3GB of RAM and ran on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.galaxy-j

Presently viewable are itemizations catching sight of a variant of the Galaxy J. The sighting appears with the model number SGH-N075T in benchmarks. The previous model of the Galaxy J had the model number SGH-N075 and the T at the end of the alleged model number could be illustrative of a new model being released in the future outside the Japanese sojourn.

Based on the general notion, it can be construed that Samsung usually adds a T to the model numbers which are to be released in the states or Telstra in Australia. Hence by this general convention it can be presumed that this model could be heading to these markets. Other possibility is that this device could be released for Taiwan.Galaxy J

From the past experiences, it would be very strange for Samsung devices specifically released for Japanese carriers to get an international launch. However this can be termed as an exception case. Although there is no guarantee on the legitimacy of this rumoured information, we will need to wait patiently before jumping onto any more conclusions.

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