The first device in the entry-level Galaxy J series, was the Galaxy J1, and it has been around six months since the first day of the launch. Usually, Samsung launch several variations of existing devices with slight changes or improvements. Now some smartphone named the Galaxy J1 Ace has surfaced on the internet as a variant of the original.
The smartphone has been listed on the website NieuweMobiel.NL with the model number SM-J110F, which says that maybe there are some differences in the hardware (the Galaxy J1 was SM-J100). Talking about prices, the Galaxy J1 Ace is listed with a price higher than Galaxy J1, and has reportedly been listed on the website about a month ago. The Galaxy J1 Pop was recently leaked, and this could be the same device with just a different name.
Now, there is no information about the specs of the J1 Ace, but soon we might know more about it, once Samsung announces it officialy or when other stores listing it. Also, we reported about Galaxy J2 (SM-J200F) ealier today, with second-generation Galaxy J featuring a 4.7-inch display, 1GB of RAM, a 1.2Hz quad-core processor and running an Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.
Recently, Samsung announced the Galaxy J5 and the Galaxy J7, both featuring front cameras with LED flash. These new devices feature the newer version of TouchWiz seen on the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge.