Samsung is arguably the most popular brand when it comes to midrange smartphones with superior specs. In fact, the company is known for releasing multiple midrange smartphones year after year. Unlike other brands that focus so much on flagship devices, Samsung releases all kinds of smartphones.
Aside from flagship phones, the company also has lower midrange phones that offer basic smartphone features. They also have higher midrange phones with superb specs and an affordable price. Two of which would be the Galaxy J7 Prime and the Galaxy J5 Prime.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime Released, Specs Confirmed
It has already been reported last week that the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime has already been launched in Vietnam. Now, the said smartphone may also be released in India. Teasers for a Samsung event at the said country strongly hint the arrival of the said smartphone. Previous reports suggest that the Galaxy J7 Prime will be launched all over Asia and hopefully, it would also get a worldwide release as well.
The Galaxy J7 Prime has a 5.5-inch screen with 401 PPI resolution, GSMArena reported. It runs Android Marshmallow and uses an Exynos 7870 Octa chipset. It has 3 GB RAM, 32 GB storage, and a 13 MP/8 MP camera combination. Furthermore, it uses a 3300 mAh battery and it also comes with a fingerprint sensor.
Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime Rumors
Now that the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime has already entered the Asian markets, rumors about the launch of the Galaxy J5 Prime have also surfaced. According to one source, Samsung might also announce the Galaxy J5 Prime along with the Galaxy J7 Prime, considering that the event teaser of Samsung only says "Get Ready for the Prime Time!" If the J5 Prime indeed gets announced as well, it is rumored to have a metal unibody and be slightly improved from its predecessor.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Price
According to multiple sources, the Galaxy J7 Prime might come with a price of around $280. This makes the new Samsung device a very good deal. Hopefully, it gets launched worldwide too as it may help the company redeem its reputation for the Note 7 controversy.