Samsung seems to have healed from the burning Note7 and is now focusing its attention on mid-range smartphones. Galaxy J Series which is currently steering most of Samsung’s revenue in the Indian market has already seen too many reintroductions with minor modifications. Galaxy J7 which is the costliest of the whole J series is rumoured to make a comeback in 2017.
Galaxy J7 was first launched in 2015 and was later reintroduced as Galaxy J7 (2016) in the year 2016. Some new images have leaked online hinting at a revamped and even powerful but yet to be officially announced Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017). Earlier this October in a report Zauba listed a ₹13,686 Samsung smartphone bearing the model name SM-J727V. The listed smartphone had already received Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Certification from their respective authorities.
Another video has surfaced on Youtube giving details about the design and specification of the Galaxy J7 (2017). According to the video, J7 (2017) is supposed to bear a metallic strip at the rear of the camera lens and LED flash panel. Other than the rear panel the new J7 will feature the power button on the right side and the volume rockers on the left side. Also, according to the video the new J7 (2017) will be available in white and grey colour options. Here’s the video by @OnLeaks showing the 360-degree renders of the device:
Like its predecessor, the Galaxy J7 (2017) is supposed to feature the same 5.5-inch FHD display. The new J7 will be powered by an Exynos chipset, detailed features of the chipset used are not yet known. It will come with 16GB of internal space and 3GB of RAM. It seems that Samsung has again gone with 13-MP lens for the rear camera and a 5MP front-facing camera. The new J7 derives its powers from a 3,000mAh battery and will most probably run Android N out of the box.