Samsung Galaxy J7 is launched in 2016 with noticeable specifications at an okayish price of Rs. 15,900. Just like other series of Samsung smartphones, the company has not failed to add an sAMOLED display to this phone.
But is it really worth buying Samsung Galaxy J7 in 2016 since many other options are available for this price? Moto X Play, Asus Zenfone 2, are a few devices that come within this price range.
- Super AMOLED Display
- 2GB RAM
- Storage expandable up to 128 GB.
- 13 MP/5 MP Camera
- 1.6 GHz Exynos 7870 Octa Core Processor
- 3300 mAh Battery
- Android Marshmallow
Here are a few pros and cons of Samsung Galaxy J7 which help you decide to go with the device or not.
Pros of Samsung J7
- Affordable price comparing the specifications.
- Good battery backup.
- Vibrant colors with the Super AMOLED display.
- Premium look, it’s slim and lightweight.
- Fast Charging, OTG Support.
- Front Camera Flash.
Cons of Samsung J7
- No Gorilla Glass.
- Speaker is not that impressive.
- No FM Radio.
- No Fingerprint sensor.
- 4K Video is not available.
- The display is not full HD.
It seems that Samsung has really worked on the battery gets heat issue as many of the users are experiencing a better battery performance and the apps run smoothly. With the 2GB Ram, you will get around 1.5 free memory which will be enough for mid range smartphone users. So if you’re looking into gaming and 1080 display and other new features like fingerprint scanner or ability to shoot 4K videos, this smartphone might not be the best option for you.
Its ability to expand storage is a really good thing considering many of the so-called flagship phones don’t have this options and many users are really stuck with the stock memory. However, as I mentioned above, Samsung Galaxy J7 supports up to 128 GB of memory.
Do you own a J7? If yes, you can share your thoughts on this phone below.