Galaxy J7 (2016) tipped to get Google mobile OS v7.0 soon

Galaxy J7 (2016) tipped to get Google mobile OS v7.0 soon

The 2016-series Galaxy J7 (SM-700) has been spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance certification agency website and what's interesting is that the device, which came with Android Marshmallow out-of-the-box, now features Android Nougat OS, hinting Samsung will release the software update to the public soon. While some might think that Samsung will be more cautious about its press renders after leaking one of them, Samsung did exactly the opposite because another press render of Galaxy J7 Plus was leaked. The phone will feature a 13MP primary shooter combined with a 5MP secondary lens. The phone is expected to be launched with specifications such as full-metal body and 5.5-inch full-HD display. Further, the device will be available in black, pink, and gold color options.

Though the specific name of the processor is not known it is believed it so be an octa-core one. 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. The device is expected to offer at least 3000 mAh battery with fast charging capability via UBS type C port. But days after its announcement, several of its features were leaked online.

But it is the dual camera setup in the rear that Samsung would want the buyers to see this phone in the market. While on the front, the phone may sport a 16MP lens which comes with f/1.9 aperture.

The analyst also predicted that the Galaxy Note 8 would ship around 12 to 14 million units by the end of 2017. This feature helps in the adjustment of any blues or to focus even while clicking the images or after taking the pictures. The smartphone may come with a price tag of INR 20,000.

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