T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 Passes Through The US FCC

Samsung Galaxy J7 2017

T-Mobile is gearing up to launch Samsung Galaxy J7 2017. The news assumes significance with the smartphone clearing the US FCC certification. With the Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 being certified by the US FCC, we can expect an imminent release of the handset by the US-based mobile carrier.

If you verify the FCC site, you will be able to see that the Galaxy J7 2017 has been tagged with model number SM-J727T and FCC ID A3LSMJ727T. We expect that the alphabet “T” at the end of the FCC ID indicates T-Mobile.

The FCC papers expose the model number, FCC ID including power rating, which is given as 3.85V and 1550mA. We infer that the upcoming handset will ship with a 1550mAh battery, but this is a remote possibility since most of the modern handsets ships with above 2500mAh battery.

T Mobile Samsung Galaxy J7 2017

The highlight of the Galaxy J7 2017 is the rumored integration of Android 7.0 Nougat. The phone will be useful for budget conscious users since they will be able to experience all the rich features of the latest Android platform.

On the specifications front, the T-Mobile Galaxy J7 2017 will feature a 5.5-inch HD display, Exynos 7870 processor, Mali-T830 graphics. The phone runs at a clock speed of 1.5GHz. Coming to the internals, the handset will ship with 2GB RAM alongside 16GB expandable internal storage. While the rear camera will be equipped with an 8MP sensor, the front-facing snapper bears a 5MP sensor for capturing selfies paired with LED Flash.

Recently, the Galaxy J3 2017 was also spotted on FCC hinting at an imminent release. Moreover, the US-based certification agency also cleared a Galaxy J7 2017 for the AT&T. You should note that Samsung is planning to release Galaxy J7 series smartphones via several mobile carriers to push sales in the budget segment.

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Samsung is finding hard to push sales and regain trust among customers after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco. With the launch of 2017 variants of the Galaxy J7 2017, Galaxy J3, and Galaxy J5, the company is making a bold attempt to create a huge spike in the sales.

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