It’s no secret that Samsung are one of the biggest tech companies in the world. Believe it or not, they initially rose to fame by producing other kinds of devices, such as household electronics (washing machines, televisions, fridges and so on). However, over the last years they have become more and acknowledged for their mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets.
The Samsung Galaxy line is their most famous line of such devices, and it includes both luxury and budget-friendly options. Their best-selling mid-range smartphone line is the Samsung Galaxy J. Today we are comparing the 2017 variants of three devices from this line, namely the Samsung Galaxy J3, the Samsung Galaxy J5 and the Samsung Galaxy J7. Keep reading to find out which one is worth buying.
The bigger the number following the J, the slightly more expensive but also better in terms of specs the phone gets. However, they are not that different after all. The Samsung Galaxy J7 has a bit more RAM than the other two, a solid 3GB to their 2GB, and a bigger screen with better resolution and pixel density. However, it runs on the same chipset as the J2, so the difference in performance is not that noticeable.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 is splash-resistant, but not waterproof. The other aren’t even that. The battery gets better with each model, so the J7 naturally will have the better battery life. They all have the same camera both rear and front, and run on Android Nougat out of the box. They also all come with just 16GB of storage, but they do offer microSD support. So, at the end of the day, it’s all up to what you want and need from a phone.