Samsung Galaxy Feel – Samsung has been the pioneer for the large display phones, at the time when Apple was selling 4.0 inch iPhone to everyone, Samsung came up with the large display Samsung Note.
But now Samsung has also launched a decent small screen smartphone called the Samsung Galaxy Feel to entice users looking for a smaller display.
Interestingly, there’s still a huge market for people who want smaller displays and is currently in need of a good Android smartphone. While iPhone SE might be the costliest option; Samsung has come up with a more affordable Android option.
The all new Samsung Galaxy Feel is a great looking device offering a 4.7 inch AMOLED display with the 2.5D curved display on top.
The phone resembles the Galaxy A 2016 series. The same superior glass front and back along with a sturdy metal rim, giving it a premium feel. The Galaxy Feel packs an unknown Octa-core SOC clocked at 1.6GHz coupled with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage.
The handset also features a 16 MP rear sensor with single LED flash and a 5 MP selfie shooter. Fortunately, it ships with Android Nougat v7.0 with their own Grace UX skin on top.
Along with all the bells and whistles, the smartphone doesn’t skimp on the basics like the fingerprint scanner, IP rating, NFC, Bluetooth 4.2, VoLTE and Hi-Res audio for stellar gaming and media consumptions.
For connectivity, the Samsung Feel comes with 4G LTE as well as VOLTE support to work with most operators.
Samsung was able to pack in a 3000 mAh battery along with the fast charging support. The smartphone can charge from 0% to 100% in just 110 minutes as claimed by Samsung.
It also comes with a headphone jack along with the modern USB Type C-Port for connecting and charging. Additionally, it also has IP 68 rating similar to Samsung S8, makes it water and dust resistant to use in any conditions.
Despite having a large 3000 mAH battery the smartphone is not very thick, it has 8.3 mm thickness and weighs about 149 gram.
The handset will be available in 3 colour options, White, Black and Pink. The pre-bookings have started in Japan for NTT Docomo and will be shipped sometime around Mid-June. Oddly, Samsung hasn’t yet disclosed the pricing. We will update this article once Samsung shared the Price for the Samsung Galaxy Feel, a cute little smartphone from Korean tech giant.