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Meet the Galaxy J7+, Samsung's second dual-camera phone


It appears that Samsung is readying itself to launch another dual-camera phone. Merely two days after the Galaxy Note 8 officially broke cover, a leak from Thailand revealed the second Samsung handset to officially take advantage of the new ISOCELL Dual image sensors. 

Meet the Galaxy J7+, an upper mid-range successor to the J7 (2017) that should premiere soon in the Southeast Asian country. The device's main camera composition consists of a 13MP f/1.7 sensor complemented by a secondary 5MP f/1.9 unit. It's interesting to note that the Live Focus portrait mode which was announced at the Note 8 Unpacked event will be present on the J7+. 

Its other features and specs aren't too shabby either - the J7+ will pack a 5.5-inch 1080p display and an all-metal body, an octa-core 2.4GHz chipset paired with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage + microSD support, as well as a 3,000 mAh battery. At the front, a 16MP f/1.9 cam will take care of the selfies. The device will have a hybrid SIM tray and will run Android 7.1.1 out of the box, while Bixby support on board. Consumers will get to choose from 3 color options - black, pink, and gold.

Currently, there's no information on whether the J7+ will make it outside the Asian markets or what price tag it will carry, but it sure does look like a great mid-range contender. 

Would you be interested in purchasing a Galaxy J7+ if it becomes available in your country? Let us know in the comments!

source: ThaiMobileCenter (translated) via GSMArena

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