The South Korean company has had a prolific year, releasing a series of premium phones such as Galaxy 8, tabs and some more economic smartphones such as Galaxy J7 Max.
An analysis of Galaxy J7 Max’s features
The smartphone has a price of Rs. 17900 and it can be regarded as an Indian phone because most of its RnD has been fabricated in India.
The smartphone has received very positive reviews for its battery life. It has a 3300mAh Li-Ion battery, which can last a whole day when used constantly. The built-in battery optimization and the power saving modes (Mid/Max) are also much appreciated.
The Galaxy J7 Max has a MediaTek octa-core processor which operates properly even during long gaming sessions, without getting to hot or giving lags.
Although it is considered one of Samsung’s budget phones, the Galaxy J7 Max uses updated software: the Android Nougat, and not with the Marshmallow operating system such as the Galaxy A5 or Galaxy C7 Pro.
The Social Camera feature can be found on the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max and it is the first smartphone to have it. This feature allows users to share the pictures taken with contacts or on social media while clicking them. The device also offers a 13 mega pixel camera with 1/7 aperture and it offers the location mode: it shows interesting places near the user.
The microSD slot is separated from the DualSim slot. It also has USB OTG: the option of attaching card using extenders. It is unfortunate that the phone has no USB type-C technology and users will still need to use cables.
Some users consider the phone does have some minuses such as the lack of glad protection, no backlit button and no fast charging option.