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Everything old is new again

At first glance, this "Samsung Galaxy J1" looks nearly identical to the Samsung Galaxy S3 from a few years back.

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Upon closer inspection

It's been updated for modern times, though, with the bottom left button bringing up recently used apps instead of calling forth menu options.

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Stylish trimmings

The Samsung J1 could feature a hint of silver around the edges. The edges may also be more rounded than Galaxy models.

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Palm selfie

Like the recently introduced Galaxy A5 and A3, the J1 should making snapping selfies as easy as holding out your hand.

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Entry-level cameras

Keeping with other rumored entry-level specifications, the J1 figures to offer a 5-megapixel rear camera and 2-megapixel front-facing shooter.

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Ultra Power Saving Mode

The Samsung J1 should let users squeeze extra life out of the battery thanks to the custom Ultra Power Saving Mode.

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That old familiar look

Although the Galaxy Alpha ushered in a new design direction, the J1 bears a striking resemblance to more traditional Samsung models. Learn more about the rumored device here.

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