Samsung Galaxy J5, J7 and Tab S2 User Agent Profiles Appear

Prior to March 1st, all the Samsung rumors and speculation largely focused on the latest Galaxy S device(s) which was due to be released. The speculation did however, all come to ahead on March 1st when Samsung unveiled the latest two Galaxy S incarnations in the form of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. That said, the twin Galaxy S6's might be the biggest items to come from Samsung this year, but they are not the only ones. Samsung are known for releasing an abundance of products each year, and this year won't be much different in this respect.

In particular, two sets of devices which have been doing the recent speculation rounds is two smartphones and a tablet. On the smartphone side, the latest rumored devices are the more budget intended additions to the Galaxy J range of devices. Following on from the release of the Galaxy J1, the latest additions are expected to be the Galaxy J5 and J7. On the tablet side of things, the latest rumored device doing the rounds is the follow-up Galaxy Tab S device in the form of the Galaxy Tab S2, which is now expected to be released in both an 8.0-inch version as well as a 9.7-inch version. In terms of the rumors, both the Tab S2 and the J range of smartphones have been consistently popping up in various leaks. In particular, the Tab S tablets look set to be arriving very soon, with a reported launch release to take place sometime in June.

Well, the latest coming in, is that User Agent profiles have now been spotted for all the devices. User Agent profiles are quite often very reliable indicators of what to expect in terms of specs. On this occasion, not too much information has been provided via the User Agent profiles. However, they do at least seem to be confirming the already rumored screen resolutions of all devices. According to the User Agent profiles, both the Tab S2 variants will come with a 2048 x 1536 resolution. While, both the J-range additions will feature a 1280 x 780 resolution. You can check out all the User Agent Profiles in detail by clicking through the source link below.

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