Samsung has planned to expand its portfolio, under their J series, named Galaxy J7 Max. Well, recently an image leaked online, which clearly shows off a proper paint of the device and even the specs details of the handset. Supposedly, to get your hands on the Galaxy J7 Max, you will have to pay $311 and would likely be launched by the second week of June.
Well, on the first look, the leaked image doesn’t brings-in any surprise for its physical appearance but the internals are pretty much competent.
Let’s have a look on the specs details of this upcoming smartphone. The Galaxy J7 Max will feature a 5.7-inch TFT display, rendering a resolution of 1080 pixel. Under the hood, it is powered by a MediaTek MT6757V processor clocked at 1.6GHz Octa-Core Helio P20 chipset.
Moreover, in the memory aspects, the device holds a 4GB RAM and 32GB built-in storage. For capturing the unforgettable memories, the camera is adorned with a 13MP sensor at the rear, while a 13MP one is set for its selfie shooter.
On the software front, the device runs on the Google’s Android Nougat and holds a battery with the capacity of 3300mAh. One of the exclusive features for this device is, the device might support Samsung Pay Mini transactions; hence, the users can enjoy with their online purchase, at ease.
As previously mentioned, the device is powered by MediaTek processor; and if it is true, then Samsung possibly would bring-in a follow-up phone for the US carriers. Do you know, why would it be? It is, since this new device is powered by MediaTek chipset, which is known for not going well with most of the American LTE brands.
If at all, the company isn’t in plans to introduce another variant of this phone, with the US carriers’ favorite Qualcomm Snapdragon processor; then the Galaxy J7 Perx, which is already available with Sprint for $265, will be an efficient alternative for it. Anyway, let’s wait and see.