Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) official images leaks

Apart from the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, Samsung has also updated its mid range line of products in A series with 2016 editions of the devices. Now Samsung is getting ready to update J series devices, with the J3 (2016) as well as upcoming J5 (2016) which is already shown up its specs in benchmarks, and now on their next generation of largest mid-range device on market Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016). Samsung has not been announced the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) officially, but the press renders of the devices now leaked.

The leaked images of Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) shows up the device as more resemblance to its other small siblings in the J series by design. It has a metal frame around as we seen in other 2016 editions of J series. The back panel of Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) is completely made of plastic, seems to have an improved quality than its previous versions.


The Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) is rumored to feature 5.5-inch Super AMOLED HD display with 13MP of rear snapper and a 5MP of front facing one with both having a flash light. The device could be powered with Octa-Core Exynos 7870 SoC under the hood which provides eight ARM Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.7 GHz and brings in addition to the integrated ARM Mali-T830 GPU, with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of on-board storage which is expandable via SD Card.

Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) is supposed to be juiced up with a 3,300 mAh battery. It also supports 4G LTE network connectivity. The device will allegedly ship with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow running on it and could be priced under USD 300.

The images leaked for┬áSamsung Galaxy J7 (2016) are the ‘China-Mobile’ variant from WinFuture and the and the regional announcements and availability are still unknown. The Galaxy J7 (2016) has just passes through the FCC certification and the device is to be launch firstly on China within a few months. Stay tuned daily for get the news updates for more J7 (2016) stories.

Source : WinFuture

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