Samsung is preparing to launch its Galaxy J7 Pro handset this month. Today we will compare this upcoming handset with the Galaxy J7 Max smartphone that was launched in June 2017.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro measures 152.4×74.7×7.9mm, but it is not sure yet how much it will weight. From the pictures, it looks that this new device will have an all-metal unibody design and the top and bottom ends have been made of plastic, while the antenna lines are curvier. On the front side, Samsung has placed curved 2.5D glass. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Max measures 156.7×78.8×8.1mm and weighs 179 grams. Its body is also made of metal, but it looks more like the Galaxy J5 Prime.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro has a super AMOLED display of 5.5-inch that supports a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels at 401 ppi. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max has a larger PLS capacitive display of 5.7-inch that supports a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels at 386 ppi.
Processors, Graphics Cards & RAM
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro features a Exynos 7870 Octa chipset, an octa-core Cortex A53 processor clocked at 1.6GHz, a Mali-T830 MP2 graphics card and 3GB of RAM. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Max has a Mediatek MT6757 Helio P20 chipset, an octa-core Cortex A53 processor clocked at 2.4GHz, a Mali-T880MP2 graphics card and 4GB of RAM.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro has been released with an internal storage of 64GB. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max has an internal storage of only 32GB. However, you can expand the storage on both devices up to 256GB using a microSD card.
Both smartphones sport a primary camera of 13MP that features autofocus, LED flash, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR, panorama and a secondary camera of 13MP.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro has a non-removable battery of 3600, which is slightly more powerful than the 3300 mAh non-removable battery that the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max has received.
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