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Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) press image leaked

The Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 would be launching soon as the real image of this device appears on internet, leaked by @evleaks. In fact we can say that it is the clearest image seen so far. And not for less, since it is a press photograph. The device would have a simple chassis, built in polycarbonate, physical buttons and rear camera with LED flash. According to some previous leaks, it would come with a 5.5-inch screen, eight-core processor or 8-megapixel main camera.

Galaxy J7 (2017)

The popular filterer Evan Blass has published in his Twitter account which would be the first press image of the Samsung Galaxy J7 2017. It is a terminal with plastic housing, which offers a thin and ergonomic appearance. Its screen would have a size of 5.5 inches with HD resolution and curved glass 2.5D. Inside we would find more power than that of his elder brother, Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016). The company would have added an 870 Exynos 7870 chip, although apparently there would also be the possibility of landing a variant with Snapdragon 430. Memory (RAM) Included would be 2GB and the internal storage capacity of 16GB (expandable by using microSD type cards).

Galaxy J7 (2017) press image leaked

This new model would also mount an 8-megapixel main camera and a front camera for 5-megapixel selfies. The operating system used would be Android 7.0. In addition there would be the option of being able to insert two SIM cards, one for work and one for leisure. The connections section would be completed with 4G, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, Bluetooth 4.1, and GPS. It is possible that this model will debut on April 10. This detail appears in the screen of the image, although we do not know yet if it would be the day of its presentation or date of exit.

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