Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017): Possible Specs, Features, Price And Release Date Revealed
The rumored Samsung J7 2017 has been spotted at the GFXBench database. According to the database, it was listed as model number SM-J727A. This device is also said to be the sequel to the Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 that was released last year of April.
The Samsung J7 2017 is said have a 5.5-inch display with a screen resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. This is quite interesting, because in the previous reports it was said to have a 1920 x 1080 screen resolution and an AMOLED screen.
The Samsung J7 2017 will run on Android 7.0 Nougat and will be powered by an Octa-core Exynos 7080 processor clocked at 1.5 GHz. It will also sport an ARM Mali-T830 for its GPU.
The Internal Memory
The Samsung J7 2017 is expected to have an internal memory storage capacity of 16 GB with 2 GB of RAM. There was no mention at the GFXBench data base if it will have an expandable memory option or not, but recent reports claim that it won't have.
The Samsung J7 2017 is said to come with an 8 MP rear camera that shoots 1920 x 1080 resolution at full HD video recording. Its features are face detection, autofocus and flash. As for its front-facing camera, it is 5 MP.
Regarding its 8 MP rear camera, previous reports claim that it is said to be 13 MP. Aside from that, there is nothing else.
The Launch Date
On the previous reports, the Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 is expected to be released at the first quarter of the year. However this time, reports suggest that it may be launched at the company's press event at the MWC 2017, which is slated for Feb. 26.
The Retail Price
There was no mention in the GFXBench database on what price tag the Samsung J7 2017 will have. However, previous reports claim that in India it is expected to be at around Rs. 15,999 ($238), while some say it could be $250-300 in the U.S.
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