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Leak reveals Samsung’s second dual camera phone, Samsung Galaxy J7+

Specifications and pricing Samsung Galaxy J7+

 


A leak has revealed that Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy J7(2017) will be known as Galaxy J7+. Details of the device was revealed on Samsung’s Thailand website. Galaxy J7+ will come with a dual rear camera’s, making it the second Samsung device sporting this feature other than the Galaxy Note 8. The J7+ back camera consists of a 13MP f/1.7 snapper and a 5MP f/1.9. Just like the Galaxy Note 8, the J7+ dual camera has Samsung’s new Live Focus portrait mode. A feature that allows you to modify background blur of an image that has just been captured or before it is captured.

Leak reveals Samsung's second dual camera phone, Samsung Galaxy J7+ 3

On the front, Samsung Galaxy J7+ sports a 5.5″ Super AMOLED of 1080p resolution and a 16MP selfie camera. Inside the device you will find an octa-core chipset (probably the Exynos 7870 Octa found in the Galaxy J7 (2017)), 4GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage, which is expandable through external memory slot. The rest of the noteworthy specs are a fingerprint scanner, 3,000mAh battery, Dual-SIM support, and Bixby support with a dedicated Bixby button on the left.

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The device will be available in black, Gold and Pink colours. No information on pricing and availability just yet. We will bring you an update as soon as we get one.

 

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  1. The J7 is about the same size as the stylus-equipped LG Stylo 2Best Price at Amazon (6.1 by 3.1 by 0.3 inches, 5.1 ounces), though nearly an ounce heavier.

  2. It’s a bit of a stretch to use one-handed, but the relatively slim build make it easy to grasp and slip in your pocket.

  3. On the right you’ll find a power button, and there’s a volume rocker on the left. A 3.5mm audio jack and port sit on the bottom. The back is removable; peeling it off gives you access to the replaceable battery and card slot. There’s also a microSD card slot, which worked with a 200GB SanDisk card$78.32 at Amazon

  4. A feature that allows you to modify background blur of an image that has just been captured or before it is captured. Wow… Thats one feature tha will get people go for this phone

  5. The latest Samsung Galaxy J7 was unveiled in Europe just over a month ago, and since then AT&T has started selling its own Galaxy J7 2017 – with specs and styling much more akin to the J7 V released for Verizon in March. In fact, the outward appearance of the phone shows that this is the same phone but with slightly tweaked internals.

  6. The J7 actually has many variants, all in the mid-range field. This particular one seems to blend elements from Verizon’s J7 V, released in March, and the unlocked 2016 Galaxy J7, which was released in April of last year. Selling for $240 off-contract, AT&T’s new J7 2017 has a lot of competition.

  7. this price and configuration lands it in the company of the higher spec’d 2016 J7, Motorola’s consistent and reliable G series, and even some solidly spec’d Chinese brands, like the well-received Honor 6X. Leaving aside screen size, the iPhone SE also competes in this price range

  8. Samsung has certainly shown strength and innovation in designing flagships like the Galaxy S8, so we know they’re more than capable in this area. Unfortunately, little, if any innovation has gone into the design of their mid-rangers, up to this point. At face value, the J7 looks a lot like a Galaxy Note 2 (minus some sensors) – a nearly five-year-old phone

  9. The large metallic “Samsung” lettering and silver earpiece grille combine with the also silver, non-backlit haptic buttons, and silver bezel surrounding the home button – which lacks a fingerprint scanner – altogether giving this phone an aged look, evoking a throwback to Samsung’s days of plastic smartphones with silver plastic accents. Fortunately, the silver accents end there, as rubberized plastic coats the edges and backing of the phone.

  10. In back is a lone horizontal metal stripe, about a half-inch wide, which encompasses the 8 MP camera and single-LED flash – neither of which is raised from the backing. On the right side, you’ll find the phone’s metal speaker grille, also encased in the metal stripe.

  11. Although an unusual placement, it’s one we didn’t mind, as we never found ourselves covering it, and projecting the sound forward is always a plus. Lower down on the right side, you’ll find the very clicky, even loud, lock button, placed exactly where it should be for accessibility. The similarly loud and clicky volume rocker on the left side, however, is slightly higher on the edge of the phone, requiring you to inch your fingers up the side to access it when using the phone with one hand. Looks aside, the thick rounded edges coupled with the intermediate 159-gram weight, lend the J7 to a solid in-hand feel. Thinner large-screened phones can often feel slippery in the hand, but the thicker, curved edges at least afford this handset a better grip.

  12. The company opted for an LCD panel rather than AMOLED, for which most Samsungs are known. The J7 still pulls off some vibrant, and decently accurate colors in most situations. The display does lean quite noticeably toward the colder/bluish side, though, an affect that is seen most easily in its representation of purple, white, and some blues.

  13. We were surprised by the absence of our longing for a 1080p screen, though. Clocking in at 1280×720 and 267 ppi, this TFT display actually does a good job with detail. Zooming in on high-resolution photos produces none of the grain or pixelation we were dreading. We don’t mean to sound so surprised, but a 5.5-inch, 720p, TFT screen had us worried. The display is also a very bright one; maxing out at 628 nits, we had to keep the brightness way under the 25% mark just to make the screen easier to look at. No ambient light sensor exists, so you don’t have the option for auto-brightness, but rather the not-so-well-thought-out “outdoor mode” which raises the screens brightness for 15 minutes when enabled, or indefinitely if the screen remains on.

  14. A feature that allows you to modify background blur of an image that has just been captured or before it is captured. Wow… Thats one feature tha will get people go for this phone.

  15. what a phone, Nice Camera

    NETWORK Technology
    GSM / HSPA / LTE
    LAUNCH Announced 2015, June
    Status Available. Released 2015, June
    BODY Dimensions 152.2 x 78.7 x 7.5 mm (5.99 x 3.10 x 0.30 in)
    Weight 171 g (6.03 oz)
    SIM Single SIM (Micro-SIM) or Dual SIM (Micro-SIM, dual stand-by)
    DISPLAY Type Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
    Size 5.5 inches (~69.6% screen-to-body ratio)
    Resolution 720 x 1280 pixels (~267 ppi pixel density)
    Multitouch Yes
    PLATFORM OS Android 5.1 (Lollipop), upgradable to 6.0.1 (Marshmallow)
    Chipset Qualcomm MSM8939 Snapdragon 615
    Exynos 7580 Octa
    CPU Octa-core (4×1.4 GHz Cortex-A53 & 4×1.0 GHz Cortex-A53)
    Octa-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53
    GPU Adreno 405
    Mali-T720MP2
    MEMORY Card slot microSD, up to 256 GB (dedicated slot)
    Internal 16 GB, 1.5 GB RAM
    CAMERA Primary 13 MP, f/1.9, 28mm, autofocus, LED flash, check quality
    Features Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama
    Video 1080p@30fps, check quality
    Secondary 5 MP, f/2.2, 23mm, LED flash
    SOUND Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
    Loudspeaker Yes
    3.5mm jack Yes
    COMMS WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
    Bluetooth 4.1, A2DP
    GPS Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS
    NFC Yes (Snapdragon model only)
    Radio FM radio, RDS, recording
    USB microUSB 2.0
    FEATURES Sensors Accelerometer, proximity
    Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
    Browser HTML5
    Java No
    – ANT+ support
    – MP4/WMV/H.264 player
    – MP3/WAV/WMA/eAAC+/FLAC player
    – Photo/video editor
    – Document viewer
    BATTERY Removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery
    Talk time Up to 18 h (3G)
    Music play Up to 76 h
    MISC Colors White, Black, Gold
    SAR 1.25 W/kg (head) 1.36 W/kg (body)
    SAR EU 0.50 W/kg (head) 0.37 W/kg (body)
    Price About 250 EUR
    TESTS Performance Basemark OS II 2.0: 709 / Basemark X: 3922
    Display Contrast ratio: Infinite (nominal), 3.879 (sunlight)
    Camera Photo / Video
    Loudspeaker Voice 63dB / Noise 62dB / Ring 66dB
    Audio quality Noise -96.1dB / Crosstalk -73.2dB
    Battery life
    Endurance rating 91h

  16. Design and DisplayThe Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) parades a relatively slim metal body, coming in at 8 millimetres in thickness. It will be available in gold, pink, silver or black finish. The phone is a bit bulky at slightly over 180 grams.You get a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display, a tad smaller than the 5.7-inch unit on the J7 Max. Butthis one promises better image quality when youconsider the higher pixel density of roughly 401 ppi.

  17. BATTERY Removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery
    Talk time Up to 18 h (3G)
    Music play Up to 76 h
    MISC Colors White, Black, Gold
    SAR 1.25 W/kg (head) 1.36 W/kg (body)
    SAR EU 0.50 W/kg (head) 0.37 W/kg (body)
    Price About 250 EUR
    TESTS Performance Basemark OS II 2.0: 709 / Basemark X: 3922
    Display Contrast ratio: Infinite (nominal), 3.879 (sunlight)

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