Samsung has just announced what could be easily considered the most unexpected smartphone model launching this year: the Galaxy J2 Pro, a device that although comes with advanced features like a powerful camera and Super AMOLED display, lacks Internet connectivity support.
In other words, if you buy the new Galaxy J2 Pro, you’ll be able to do pretty much anything you’re doing right now on your average Android phone, only that you’ll always stay offline.
The device lacks 2G, 3G, LTE, and Wi-Fi support, so there’s no way you’ll connect to the Internet, as Samsung says the Galaxy J2 Pro was developed from the very beginning to be “faithful to basic functions.”
This means you’ll still be able to make phone calls (thank God!) and send messages, but on the other hand, you won’t be allowed to chat with your friends on WhatsApp, check your Facebook wall, or browse the web.
Samsung says this is a phone aimed at students who “need to focus on learning,” but also at senior … (read more)
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