First Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo render confirms front-facing LED flash

First Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo render confirms front-facing LED flash
The latest reports about the unannounced Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo suggest the smartphone is almost ready for prime time. Since the South Korean giant has already uploaded the phone's manual on its website, it's just a matter of time until the Galaxy J7 Duo goes official.

Today, an image showing off the front part of the phone has just been leaked from China. The picture confirms some of the details that we already knew about, such as the front-facing LED flash and the home button meant to house the fingerprint sensor.

The Galaxy J7 Duo is surely one of Samsung's unusual devices since it comes with a dual-camera setup (13MP+5MP), a feature that the handset maker usually saves for its high-end devices. The rest of the phone's specs are purely mid-range: Exynos 7885 processor, 5-inch HD (720p) display, and 3GB RAM.

Another positive aspect is that it will come with Android 8.0 Oreo right out of the box. Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo is expected to be released in India, but it should make it to other countries under a different name.


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