7 Leaked Features of the Samsung Galaxy J7+

Prayank

Not even a week has passed since the Samsung Galaxy Note8 was officially unveiled by the company and now rumour mills have started to churn out details about the dual-camera Galaxy J7+ which will be sold in the mid-range segment alongside the J7 Max and J7 Pro.

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This will be the third addition to the budget-segment Samsung J-series devices.  The J7 Max was launched in June, followed by the J7 Pro in July and now according to a Thailand-based website, ‘ThaiMobileCenter’, it looks like the company is ready to launch the third one with a major camera upgrade.

7 Things to Know from the Leaks

  • The device might sport a full-metal body and a 5.5-inch Full HD display.
  • The Samsung Galaxy J7+ might be powered by an octa-core 2.4GHz processor
  • It will house 4GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage which can be expanded via microSD card.
  • The device is expected to feature 13MP and 5MP sensors in its rear cameras and a 16MP front camera.
  • Similar to the Galaxy Note 8, the J7+ will feature the ‘Live Focus’ camera which enables the ‘Bokeh’ effect in real-time.
  • The Galaxy J7+ which comes with a dual-lens camera might also feature the dual-image feature, which captures two images from a single click — one from the wide-lens and another from the telephoto.
  • The J7+ will be backed by a 3000mAh battery unit and will run on Android Nougat 7.1.1 out-of-the-box.

It remains unclear whether Samsung will opt for Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) for both the sensors on its dual camera — as was the case with the Galaxy Note 8 — or just one of them.

The device is being tipped to come in black, pink and gold colors and in all likeliness, it will be priced somewhere in the range of the J7 Pro — probably a bit higher.

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