Samsung Galaxy J7 Plus Date, Price, Camera, Battery, Screen, Features

Back when the Samsung Galaxy J7 Plus was first announced, it marked Samsung’s second attempt at a dual-camera Phone, which translates to the Korean giant late arrival to the Dual-Camera feature on Smartphones.

The Samsung Galaxy J7 Plus means a much-needed upgrade to the J7 series and stands differently from the other Samsung dual-camera phone, the Samsung Note 7.

The J7 Plus comes with a 13 MP shooter, and a 5 MP lens which comes in handy when you need to readjust the focus after you’d taken the picture.

Not only Samsung is always impressing us with its amazing designs, what’s under the hood is always even more impressive, and the J7 Plus is nothing short of great.

It has a 5.5 inches FHD AMOLED Display, with two SIMs slots, a powerful Octa-Core 2.4 GHz Cortex processor Mediatek Helio P20, with 4 GB RAM, internal storage of 32 GB, a frontal 16 MP camera with LED flash, and a 13 MP and 5 MP dual camera with LED flash, operating on Android 7.1 Nougat, the only downside would be its 3000 mAh battery, which is a weird option for a Smartphone with this specifications.

Now, talking about that design we mentioned earlier, the Galaxy J7 Plus comes with a unibody metal look, in various colors, like black, pink, and gold.

The Galaxy J7 Plus comes with a very powerful RAM of 4 GB, and 34 GB internet storage capacity, which could be somewhat concerning, but, you can always take advantage of the external storage capacity of up to 256 GB, which in itself a great improvement from the J7.

Moving on to the Dual Sim, the Galaxy J7 Plus works a bit more different than the rest, and in a good way, don’t worry, with most dual sim phones, you can only get to use one WhatsApp account, but, with this phone, you now have the ability the run two WhatsApp accounts without a glitch.

If you are considering buying the phone, some of the most attractive features are an awesome dual-camera configuration, dual-WhatsApp, good enough storage, and an overall good quality phone that has nothing to envy those in the high-end market.