In the wake of being showed up on Geekbench and affirmed by various sites, the gadget bearing model number SM-J720F is the Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo. As of late, a picture from a business instructional course for the forthcoming J7 Duo have been released on the web and uncovered its deal specs.
What the leak shows us
As per the release of the photo, this gadget is pressed with a 5.5″ Super AMOLED display with HD resolution, which implies that the smartphone will have standard 16:9 ratio screen. The camera on the back is like the 13 MP camera + 5 MP setup of the Galaxy C7 from 2017, however with a not so great f/1.9 aperture on the primary sensor.
The octa-centre 1.6 GHz processor is the CPU on the one-year-old Exynos 7870 Octa chipset with the 4GB worth of RAM, matched with Mali T830 GPU. Storage is 32GB implicit, however, it is expandable through the microSD card slot. There’s fingerprint sensor on the front, an FM Radio, an optional dual SIM. The operating system is recorded as Android Oreo 8.0, which means the Galaxy J7 Duo will have most recent Samsung Experience 9.0 user interface.
What about the battery?
The battery limit of 3,000 mAh won’t sound excessively great, but we already know what the Galaxy A5 from 2017 is with the extremely same chipset and same power cell. It had an amazing aftereffect of 95h continuance rating. The Galaxy J7 Duo should likewise offer a removable battery enabling you to mind an extra if that is insufficient.
Wait, they released it in India?
Samsung formally revealed the Galaxy J7 Duo in India. The midrange will wind up accessible on the 12th of April for INR 16,990 or around €210 and will be trimmed in either black, blue or gold.
There’s no specify of the Galaxy J7 Duo having Bixby support, in spite of the fact that that was found in a leaked manual. There’s no devoted Bixby button, so we’ll accept that the virtual assistant isn’t ready for us just yet.
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