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Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 With Dual Cameras Caught in the Wild



We all know that the Galaxy Note 8 is coming with a dual camera setup on the back but keep in mind that it is not going to be the first Samsung phone with dual cameras. As per a source, four phones will feature dual cameras that include Note 8, C10, C7 2017 and the J7 2017. The Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 is already available to buy, but it seems that the Chinese variant of the phone will feature dual cameras. Today, we got a couple of hands-on shots of the phone that suggest the same thing.

Samsung Galaxy J7 2017

Samsung Galaxy J7 2017

Talking about the design from the front, the Galaxy J7 2017 has the ‘Samsung-ish’ design with front facing fingerprint scanner that also works as a home button. There are capacitive touch buttons on the either side of the fingerprint scanner. On the upper side, there is earpiece, sensors and the front-facing camera with LED Flash. The power button is on the right and volume rockers on the left. As the image shows, the phone also has always on display feature. Overall, it is the same design language from the front as on the Global variant of J7 2017.

Samsung Galaxy J7 2017

Now talking about the rear, we can see the biggest change here. There is a dual camera setup on the back. It has the same design as on the J7 ( Single Camera variant) but this time, there are two sensors and the LED Flash is below the dual sensors. Also, the phone doesn’t have the same antenna lines as they are on the J7 2017 with a single camera.

So, what are your views about the design? Would you like to see it outside China also? Do let us know via the comments section.



Arvind is an 19-year old college student and the one who started DroidHolic. Currently, he works as the Editor-in-Chief, webmaster and Managing Director. Passionate about smartphones, he likes to write on latest smartphone trends. You can connect with him via social media.

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