Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) coming soon – Has 3GB RAM, 12MP front and rear camera. See other specs
The Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 is near! Closer than you think.
Aye everyone! It’s Samsung again. The biggest and most recognized Android smartphone manufacturer are back with yet another device; the 2017 version of the Samsung Galaxy J7. Samsung seem not to be showing any sign of slowing down. Not now, not anytime soon, not ever.
Down to the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017).
Details, features and some other speculative specs were provided by GFXBench. The Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017), according to GFXBench sports a 5.5-inch FHD 1080p display. The display exact resolution is capped at 1920 * 1080 pixels. Trust Samsung never to disappoint with their display. That’s not all though, the display can also support up to at least 5 fingers gesture.
Running all functions on the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) smartphone is an Octa-core Exynos 7870 processor with a 1.5GHz clock speed. This is a pretty good processor for the Galaxy J7 (2017). You know what makes it pretty better? The 3GB RAM and the Mali-T830 graphics processing unit. With these components in charge, the Galaxy J7 (2017) will provide a smooth and fluid user experience in terms of gaming, multitasking and Apps usability.
GFXBench specs listing also reveals that the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) will come with an internal memory (ROM) capacity of 16GB (of which only 11GB will be available to users).
As for the cameras, it appears the front and rear camera will be “twinning” on the Samsung galaxy J7 (2017). Both camera have identical 12MP sensors which is believed to support FHD 1080p video recording. With this device, you probably wouldn’t be needing those SnapChat selfies no more.
Also, GFXBench speculates that the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) may run on the Android Nougat v7.0 OS and most likely will be the device to debut the new Samsung UI.
With all the specs above, the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) is a device that looks really promising. But nevertheless, we have to wait for the official unveiling of the device (around June 2017) before making any judgement.