Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 Tipped To Ship With Dual Camera

Samsung Galaxy J7 2017

If rumors coming out from Weibo are to be believed, Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 is expected to ship with the dual camera. Moreover, the upcoming handset will bear a model number SM-33x.

Even though there is no confirmation about the camera sensor, we expect that the Galaxy J7 2017 will be equipped with 16MP dual camera sensors. A Weibo user with the name Meng Meng’s audio-visual took to the Chinese social networking site and shared the information that “J7 also has dual camera” with a question mark.

Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 Weibo

As you can see, the post signals rumor since there is a question mark after the message. We can’t really confirm the presence of the dual camera but since the rumor originates from a credible site, it could be true. However, you should accept the facts only with a pinch of salt.

Based on the leaks originated from GFXbench, the Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 will be powered by an Exynos 7870 processor, 3GB RAM coupled with 16GB expandable internal storage. However, the smartphone had appeared in FCC and WiFi Alliance certification sites.

You can expect Android 7.0 Nougat to be loaded with the Galaxy J7 2017. Going forward, Samsung will integrate Android Nougat along with all smartphones. It remains to be seen as to whether Samsung will integrate 7.0 or 7.1. Anyway, you will get all the benefits of the latest operating platform such as improved Doze mode, enhanced notifications, and split screen.

Samsung will likely integrate Android 7.0 and roll out Android 7.1 within the next few months. We expect the launch of the handset within the next few days before the end of June.

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To recall, Samsung has released Galaxy J3 2017 and Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 is scheduled to release along with the Galaxy J5 2017. We will continue to monitor the developers and keep you updated. Stay tuned.

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