February 2018, Samsung Officially Marketed Galaxy J2 Pro For Indonesia Market

By : Hariyanto And Aldo Bella Putra | Tuesday, January 30 2018 - 17:30 IWST

Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro
Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Samsung Electronics Indonesia officially introduced the Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro, the latest smartphone from Samsung Galaxy J Pro series.
 
Samsung Electronics Indonesia, Denny Galant, head of IT & Mobile Product Marketing, said Samsung is committed to continuing to bring the experience across all fronts, including the smartphone entry line via Galaxy J2 Pro.
 

"This latest smartphone comes with many essential features to support users in daily activities without a hitch, supported by Ultra Data Saving and Ultra Power Saving.Equipped with Front LED Flash Camera that produces selfie photos with a bright self-view, Galaxy J2 Pro fits for today's users who always share their cheerfulness in social media, "said Denny in Jakarta, Tuesday (30/1/2018).
 

Galaxy J2 Pro equipped with a camera equipped with LED flash on the front and rear that allows users to take photos and bright selfie in various situations, so that the activity you want to share also appear more cool and maximal.
 

Coupled with Floating Button feature on Galaxy J2 Pro so that users do not have trouble pressing the shutter button at the bottom of the screen, but can shift the button that is located as desired.
 

In addition to Floating Button, users can also use the Smart Selfie feature, where users simply wave to the screen to take pictures to activate the shutter. Galaxy J2 Pro also provides built-in filter feature to produce unique and interesting photos.
 

Galaxy J2 Pro is also equipped with features Ultra Data Saving that can save the use of data quota of various applications up to 50%. Users can use the chat app, search for social media and favorite newsfeeds with more efficient quota usage.
 

This content can be enjoyed by users of Galaxy J2 Pro on a 5 inch Super AMOLED screen that presents a realistic look. Downloading content can be done more smoothly because the Galaxy J2 Pro has been able to access the 4G network.
 

Galaxy J2 Pro features Ultra Power Saving which provides users with the freedom to manage smartphone power consumption, so that the battery power is sufficient for everyday activities until the next charging opportunity.
 

A plan, Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro is available soon at Samsung outlets starting in February 2018 at a suggested retail price of Rp 1,899,000.

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