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August 2017 hasn’t seen one, but two dual camera releases from Samsung; the first of these is the well awaited Galaxy Note 8 while the Galaxy J7 Plus has also crept out of nowhere to stake a claim in the mid-ranged side of things. The smartphone’s touted to reach our shores by end September 2017 with a launching price-tag of 30,000 rupees.
Samsung’s introduced quite a bit of change in the way it’s designing its smartphones come 2017; the J7 Plus seems more like the A7 2017 with the major difference between the two smartphone’s exterior being the fact that the former supports a dual-glass panel design while the latter supports an all metal unibody as suggested by the caption above. Dimensions wise, we’re satisfied by what it has to offer while it does miss out on dust and waterproofing, a feature that seemed was a given considering Samsung included it most of its 2017 A series devices.
Quite unsurprisingly, the Galaxy J7 Plus features a 5.5 inches Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with 401ppi pixel density. Allowing a wonderful 1080p HD resolution atop this large screen, the J7 Plus definitely features a display that’ll do well to produce sharp and efficient graphics.
The J7 Plus may have a 1080p display, metal unibody, good dimensions etc. but it’s the feature we’re going to talk about next the main reason for its fame; we’re talking about a 13 + 5 megapixel dual primary sensor. Other than housing a dual-lens prowess, it also features phase detection autofocus with an LED flash and customary camera features that include geo-tagging, touch focus, HDR, panorama etc.
Another excellent addition to the J7 Plus primary camera sensor is the iPhone 7 Plus-ish portrait mode made possible by the two camera lenses working in tandem; it’s no secret that the J7 Plus is simply made for photo and videography as its primary sensor simply says so.
The selfie camera features a gigantic 16 megapixel sensor of its own so we won’t be surprised if you’d walk out of the cameras department with a huge grin on your face.
The J7 Plus is powered by a 2.4 GHz octa-core Cortex processor with an additive 4GB RAM. That’s all the built-in Android Nougat requires to run smoothly, meaning that lag will have a pretty difficult time in trying to creep its way into the smartphone. As for its internal storage, we’re seeing 32GB with an external memory card-slot expandable up to 256GB also in attendance.
Other expected features include a front-mounted fingerprint scanner, fast charging, a 3000 mAh non-removable battery while its exterior comes in three different colour schemes; black, gold and pink. Another fine addition to the mid-rangers there Samsung!
Samsung Galaxy J7 Plus (2017)'s lowest price in Pakistan is Rs.30000.
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