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New Samsung Galaxy J7+ with Dual Rear Cameras

Samsung has recently launched Galaxy Note 8 with supports dual rear camera setup and it looks like the company is working on its second Smartphone with dual cameras. The all-new Samsung Galaxy J7 is the second mobile from Samsung featuring the dual real camera setups. It has been launched in Thailand and the sell will start from 18th September 2017. The price of the phone is 12,900 TBH and almost around 25,00 INR.

This device has single SIM support. If you compare J7+ with its previous version J7, you will find out many new features. This fully metal body designed device supports 5.5 inch Full HD (1080 x 1920 pixels) super AMOLED display. Another feature of this device is it enables buyers to get a quick display without waking up. The Galaxy J7+ is powered by MediaTek Helio P20 octa-core processor with 4 GB RAM & 32 GB internal storage powers this phone. It supports up to 256 GB expandable microSD card. The main feature of this device is a dual-camera setup, one is 13 megapixel primary cameras with f 1.7 apertures and another is 5 megapixel secondary sensor with f 1.9 aperture. The front camera is 16 megapixels with f/1.9 aperture. This phone contents a fingerprint scanner & Bixby assistant. With 300 mAh batter & Android 7.1 Nougat support, this phone will be available in three different colors of black, gold & pink.

The Samsung has been detailed by ThaiMobileCenter, which cites Samsung as a mid-range Smartphone that is an upgrade over the Samsung Galaxy J7. Apart from the camera, this phone supports Samsung’s virtual assistant Bixby. Samsung has brought facial recognition technology in this mid ranged categorized phone.

Though launched in Thailand we hope that it will soon be launched in India on 18th September, 2017.

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