Samsung has yet again been revealed to be planning something big fro the tech market following the official unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus device. Recall that the tech company had earlier in the month unveiled the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus variant at a private event in New York following rumors that it shifted back the release date from February at the Mobile World Congress 2017 to perfect some more details regarding the device.
A new leak has however unveiled the South Korean company’s next plan which is a mid-range device in the form of the Galaxy J7 (2017). Although the device has made its way online a couple of times before now, more details of the device surfaces as it leaks continually online as it has passed the FCC certification which of course gives details of the tech improvements and specs to be expected on the Galaxy J7 (2017).
One of the most interesting news however regarding the Galaxy J7 (2017) is the fact that the phone will be coming to market sporting a metal body design along with antenna strips situated on top and bottom parts of the phone.
The device is also expected to come into market sporting the traditional 3.5mm audio jack along with the USB Type-C port, although the latter information is yet unconfirmed
Other specs expected to come on the Galaxy J7 (2017) includes a 5.5-inch screen which has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chipset running under the hood. Along with the octa-core chipset will be the 2GB of RAM and a 16 GB internal storage memory which is further expansible using a microSD card.
For the display on the Galaxy J7 (2017), t6he device is expected to come sporting a full HD display, and on the camera, front boasts of a 13MP rear camera sensor with a 5MP snapper fitted on the front panel for selfie and video calling.
The Galaxy J7 (2017) which is obviously a mid-ranger will come into the market bearing the newest Android OS 7.0 Nougat out of the box although information regarding the availability and possible pricing of the device is yet to be known.
Indications, however, exist that the smartphone will roll out to be among the affordable products released from the stables of the South Korean tech company.
Another good news is the fact that the phone will be offered to some US carriers which mean availability problems will grossly be circumvented as the device has already according to FC certification received certification from Bluetooth SIG.
The report on the FCC website indicates that the device may be hitting the market pretty soon although it may not be selling under the Galaxy J7 (2017) retail name.
Verizon Wireless will reportedly be offering the device under the retail name while others like Sprint will opt for Galaxy J7 Prex name. It will arrive at TracFone under the moniker Galaxy J7 Sky Pro while AT&T will offer up the device under a yet unknown moniker.