Samsung Galaxy J7+ with dual cameras now official
Long after it has been rumored in cyberspace, Samsung‘s newest dual-camera smartphone called the J7+ has been made official in Thailand.
It’s the first dual-camera Galaxy smartphone in the J series after the company launched a similar setup with the Note8 last month. The only difference, though, is that the cameras equipped on the mid-range J7+ sports two camera modules of different resolutions, which is said to be for a better field of depth through the Live Focus feature. It also features Bixby and a Dual Messenger system that lets you clone popular messaging and social media apps.
Samsung Galaxy J7+ (2017) specs:
5.5-inch Full HD sAMOLED display @ 1920 x 1080px, 401ppi
2.5D Glass Protection
2.39GHz Octa-core Chip (2.39 Quad-Core + 1.69Ghz Quad-Core)
32GB internal storage
expandable via microSD up to 256GB
13MP f/1.7 + 5MP f/1.9 rear cameras
16MP f/1.9 front camera
TouchWiz (Android 7 Nougat)
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Plus will be available in Gold, Black, and Pink colors, and is now on pre-order in Thailand with a THB12,990 price tag (roughly Php20,100).
Updated: An earlier version of this report suggested that the Samsung J7+ will sport an Exynos 7870 chip, which is not the case. As researched, this could be either a Mediatek Helio P20 based on the core chip specifications mentioned in another leak.