Samsung Galaxy J7+ leaks in live images

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Samsung had launched its Galaxy J7 smartphone only some time ago. But we just hope that it will be a great offering for the consumers in the market who are still looking for a decent tablet offering. If the pricing is done right, with this specification, the smartphone might become the favorite budget device out there in the market.

The phone will have a 5.5-inch super AMOLED display with the screen resolution being 1920x1080. The phone will also feature an octa-core chipset, which has not been revealed by Samsung as of yet, but it is rumored to be the powerful 2.39GHz Exynos 7870 that was found on the J7 coupled with 4GB RAM. With regard to the storage, the Galaxy J7+ will have 32GB internal memory storage capacity and the provision to expand it to 256GB via a microSD card. Whether the phone's camera will perform as well as the Note 8's is yet to be seen, but considering the company's affinity for mid-range cameras, this one will be no different.

It will bring the much needed night mode (too lessen the strain on eyes while reading messages in the night), bundled notification, improved battery optimisation, multi-window options and more. Now Some rumors are claiming that Samsung is working on its one more high-end smartphone. The same feature is available in Galaxy Note 8. The phone will have Bixby support and will most likely come with a dedicated Bixby button on the side. Here are the expected dates and models to receive the Android N. The two new additions to the J series were launched with 13MP rear camera and LED flash and a front camera that is 13MP with f/1.9 aperture and LED flash. As seen in the Note 8, the Live Focus feature is provided in this new smartphone also. However, going by the images posted, the Galaxy J7+ looks to feature straight antenna lines on the back rather than the curved ones seen on Galaxy J7.

If you thought that Samsung Galaxy smartphones have already been left out of the Android Nougat update, then you're mistaken.

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