Samsung is known for launching a handful of smartphones a year and 2017 is no exception. The company has already launched the new Galaxy S8 smartphone, which is the flagship for this year. Apart from that, we also saw a couple of other mid-ranged devices from the company. And now, the company is all set to launch the new Galaxy Note smartphone next month. However, today, we do have some new reports about the company’s yet another smartphone i.e. the Galaxy J7 2017.
According to a new report all the way from China, the Galaxy J7 2017 smartphone has been leaked yet again and this time as well we can see the smartphone being leaked showing a dual camera setup at the back. The leaked images not only show the dual camera setup, but we can also the whole design of the smartphone which gives a brief idea on what to expect. The dual cameras at the back shows a vertical camera setup where the sensor are laid out one below the other and the LED flash sits at the bottom. There is also a company branding below the LED flash.
Coming to the front, we have a display panel which appears to be an AMOLED panel. We can also see an always on display just like the one found on the Galaxy S8 smartphone. At the bottom, there is also a home button which will house the fingerprint scanner. This is coupled by two capacitive touch buttons. At this point in time, the details of the smartphone are scarce and it looks like we have to wait a bit more, in order to learn a bit more about it in detail.
Do make a note that these are rumors based on the leaked images and we don’t have any confirmation on these details. However, speaking of the standard Galaxy J7 2017, it is already launched in South Korea and it is priced at KRW 396,000, which roughly translates to about 23,000 INR. As mentioned earlier in this report, this is expected to be released in China very soon and hopefully this variant will make its way into other markets as well. Having said that, we would like to know your thoughts on this. Would you be interested in buying this smartphone if it ever makes its way to India? Be sure to let us know your thoughts on this.
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