Samsung announced the Galaxy J2, a 4G Smartphone priced at Rs 8,499 in India. One of the feature Samsung talked bout in detail is the ‘Ultra Data Saving Mode’, which helps user save the data consumption via a data compression technology. The new feature is powered by Opera Max.
Opera Max is a data-management and data-compression technology that compresses videos and photos on any app and saves on your data when on data or even Wi-Fi, Opera says it can save up to 50% of your precious data consumption which would be a big deal when you are on data connections, especially 4G.
The Samsung Galaxy J2’s Ultra Data Saving mode also lets user to individually choose and pick apps to allow or deny them from using mobile data, enabling them to optimally use the data as per their needs. Backed by the Opera Max technology, the users can monitor how much mobile data is consumed and saved.
Especially is your a heavy user of image-heavy or video apps, such as Instagram, YouTube, Vine and Flipboard, the Opera Max powered Ultra Data Saving mode can save up to 50% of data consumption and also free up to 11% RAM, which can not just vastly improve the user experience but also save on your data spend.