Samsung's Upcoming Galaxy J4+ Spotted on FCC, to Ditch the Physical Home Button

               Samsung has already launched a budget-oriented device called the Galaxy J4  and the company is preparing to unveil its  bigger variant dubbed Galaxy J4+ in market. Now today the  Galaxy J4+ has been spotted on the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), unfortunately as per Samsung’s request, most of the documents filled to the commission will be kept secret, but there has been three screenshots leaked from the device’s menus, that reveal some info regarding the smartphone .
              From the screen grabs we can see the software buttons on the bottom which indicate that unlike its predecessor, the J4+ won’t have any hardware navigation buttons. It further reveals that the J4+ will have the same aspect ratio as the Galaxy S9,  which is 18.5:9, this means that there will thinner bezels that offers significantly improved screen-to-body ratio. It will support two SIM cards just like its predecessor  while the device has already received Bluetooth certification.
             The Screen grab also shows a interesting feature which is found under the “Biometrics and security” menu, that is the Face Recognition, but it is not a common feature on cheaper smartphones, while considering J4’s price tag (currently around $150 on Amazon) this specification may or may not be available when it is released. However, at present there is no information about J4+ release date or price, since the device has passed the FCC, we could expect the smartphone very soon .
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