Samsung Galaxy J7+ Hands-On Video is out before the official launch
Samsung is soon launching a new J-series smartphone named the Samsung Galaxy J7+, and the phone has already leaked via the images revealing its design and the key specifications. Today, however, the hands-on video of the smartphone was uploaded on YouTube by a channel that leaves nothing to know about the phone. It is worth mentioning that the phone is not yet official so we can assume that it is launching pretty soon. Let’s have a look at the phone and the spec sheet.
NOTE – THE CREDIT FOR ALL THE IMAGES GOES TO THE ‘CAMBO REPORT‘ YOUTUBE CHANNEL. WE, IN NO WAY, CLAIM THE IMAGES AS OURS.
Regarding the design, the phone looks the same from the front as other Samsung’s mid-range phones. On the top, there is the earpiece, sensors, the front camera and the front-facing LED Flash. Below that is the display and below the display are three buttons of which two are touch capacitive while one is the physical home button which has the fingerprint scanner embedded in it.
The power button is on the right side and above it is the speaker, just like all the latest J-series phones. On the left side, there are the volume rockers, SIM card tray and no, there is no dedicated Bixby button as this phone doesn’t come with Bixby integration.
On the bottom, there is the micro USB port (no USB Type-C Port), the primary microphone and the 3.5mm headphone jack.
SAMSUNG GALAXY J7+ – THE SPECIFICATIONS
Now, since we are done with the design, let’s talk about the specifications. There is no difference in the specifications as they are the same as previously leaked images revealed. Here are the specs of the phone –
5.5-inch Full-HD sAMOLED Display
Quad Core 2.39GHz/Quad Core 1.69GHz
4GB RAM and 32GB ROM that can be expanded up to 128GB
Hybrid Dual SIM
Android 7.1.1 Nougat
Dual Rear Cameras – 13MP f/1.7+5MP f/1.9
16MP front camera with f/1.9 aperture
The dual camera is probably the only thing that differentiates the Samsung Galaxy J7+ from previous J-series phones. It comes with the ‘Live Focus’ feature that is similar to the ‘Portrait Mode.’ Here are some camera samples.
We can expect the price to be under $400. So, what are your opinions on the phone? Do let us know via the comments section. And yes, below is the hands-on video of the phone ( in a different language).