Today yet another Samsung mid-ranger has leaked online with images from its product presentation. It’s a Phablet called the Galaxy J7 Max The device is supposed to be a 5.7-inch big screen phone. There are few phones in the mid-range category with displays bigger than 5.7 inches, so Samsung wants to capitalize on that. Apart from the display size, other specs of the device have also leaked which make the device look promising at least on paper. the device is expected to arrive in June, according to Samsung insiders.
So, what other specs can we expect?
For starters, the 5.7-inch screen is expected to be Full-HD. Leaked info suggest the processor ill be a Mediatek octa-core processor clocked at 1.6 Ghz. Rumors also point to a Helio P20 (MT6757V) chipset. The J7 will be packing an ample 4 GB of RAM with sufficient 32 GB of storage. Expandable storage is also in tow.
In the photography department, both the front and rear cameras are supposed to be 13 MP shooters, while the front camera will have some extra’s like Smart Glow 2.0 for attractive selfies.
You will also be treated to the latest version of Android that is Nougat. Some features will be pretty unique to the mid-ranger like Samsung Pay Mini. You can also expect a fingerprint scanner very much like most Samsung phones in the Home button. The battery is expected to be a 3,300 mAh pack which we thing according to Samsung’s standards is pretty average.
The images also go on to compare the Galaxy J7 with the OPPO F1s, Vivo V5 and OPPO F3, weighing it as better in many respects to the mentioned Chinese alternatives, like the 5.7-inch Full-HD screen, or the Helio P20 chipset, or even Android Nougat. None of which are provided by the competition. The J7 Max is the first smartphone by Samsung to come under the Rs. 20,000 category, according to the images, which leads us o believe that the phablet will surely launch soon in India under the Rs. 20,000 price bracket.
The device is expected to have Gold and black colors. Since the J7 Max has a Mediatek chipset, it might not arrive in the U.S. at all because the chip does not support either LTE bands in the Samsung will provide a Snapdragon variant for the American customers.