Samsung’s recently announced Galaxy Note 8 is a fairly incremental update compared to last year’s model and the Galaxy S8+, but one of its standout features is its dual camera setup. The Note 8 is Samsung’s first device to offer dual-cameras, and it’s now being reported that the company’s next phone to wield two cameras on the back will be the Galaxy J7+.
Dual Rear Cameras on Samsung Galaxy J7+
The dual-cameras on the J7+ are reported to use a primary 13MP f/1.7 primary sensor and a secondary 5MP f/1.9 one. It’s not currently known if the secondary camera on the J7+ will be a telephoto lens similar to what’s found on the Note 8, but promotional material marketing the same Live Focus feature found on the Note 8 hints at this being the case.
Full Phone Specifications of Galaxy J7+
Samsung Galaxy J7+ has a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 Super AMOLED display
It also has an octa-core 2.39Ghz processor
It might come with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage (up to 256GB)
Leaks reveal that it might have a 3,000 mAh battery.
All of this is housed in a unibody metal design, and Android 7.1.1 Nougat will be running on the J7+ out of the box.
J7+ will also find a front-facing fingerprint scanner, face detection as an alternative for unlocking the phone, and dual SIM support.
When they called out Samsung Galaxy J7+, whatever that comes first to my mind is it should have been better than J7. But I didn't see anything really good other than the Dual Rear Cameras. Leaks show that it just have 3300 mAH battery which I don't think is better enough to make it more powerful.
Also, if the smartphone hasn't even launched yet, they should have opted for Android Oreo and let the users use the latest Android version so it could have been more popular.
However, the processor and RAM is definitely strong so you may not have any problem in locating anything.
Still, my final call would be based on its price. If this smartphone is available under Rs.30000 (approx $500), then it could stay in markets, otherwise this would be another Samsung Trash smartphone
Expected Price Tag on Galaxy J7+
The Galaxy J7 Pro (the US variant of the J7) went on sale in the States with a price tag of $319. Considering the (mostly) higher-end nature of the J7+, it’s likely that this will be a more expensive handset — possibly around $350 USD.
It’s unknown as to when Samsung will officially unveil the Galaxy J7+, but with IFA scheduled to begin late next week, there’s a good chance we could see the phone shown off there.