Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro with Android Nougat listed on Amazon USA

Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro

Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro is now available in the United States via Amazon in Black, Gold, Pink, and Silver color variants. The e-commerce retailer has listed the smartphone for $329.99 with just three units available for sale for the dual-SIM variant. The single-SIM model is also listed and priced at $319.99. The phone will be fulfilled by the seller directly and not by Amazon. Hence, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro will not be eligible for Amazon Prime.

On the specifications front, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro now features a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED FHD 2.5D Glass display, Exynos 7870 processor, Mali-T830MP2 graphics, 3GB RAM, 16GB expandable internal storage loaded with Android 7.0 Nougat.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro

The handset is designed in a uniform metal finish with zero camera protrusion for superior grip. The device provides excellent grip while working with any extreme circumstances. The phone listed on Amazon has been unlocked for international use.

Coming to the optics, the Galaxy J7 Pro smartphone is equipped with a 13MP sensor coupled with f/1.7 aperture. The camera helps to capture excellent images with enhanced clarity and detail even in low light conditions. Amazon has not listed the front-facing snapper specifications but it will enable users to capture bright selfies even in low light conditions.

Powered by a 3600mAh battery, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro measures 6.38 ounces in weight alongside a thickness of 0.31 inches. The phone also includes a touch-enabled fingerprint sensor, which protects the data to a large extent including the ability to use the scanner for performing mobile payments and verification of online accounts.

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Even though Amazon provides free shipping, you will get a discount of $70. The catch is that an amount of $249.99 is to be paid upon approval at the time of Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card.

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