Coming just weeka after the Galaxy J7+ leaked online, the South Korean tech company has officially pulled the covers off the device which comes to market bearing a dual camera setup on the back panel as in the Galaxy Note 8 flagship smartphone.
The Galaxy J7+ will however not be the only one following in the line of the Galaxy Note 8 as there are rumors that the tech company is working on at least two other devices which will also pack the dual camera integration, possibly the Galaxy C8 and C10.
However, at the unveiling of the J7+, the tech company the revealed the major specs coming with the device to include the dual camera setup of 13MP and 5MP on the back panel and on the front panel is a 16MP camera integration.
For faster processes, the Galaxy J7+ comes with a MediaTek Helio P20 processor under the 5.5-inch FullHD Super AMOLED display. The processor is clocked at a speed of 2.4GHz and comes packing4GB of RAM under the hood along with a storage memory pegged at 32GB, which can be further expandable to as much as 256GB using a microSD card.
For power, the Galaxy J7+ comes with a downgraded 3,000 mAh battery as against the 3,600mAh loaded on the J7 Pro and J7 (2017).
Other specs loaded on include the front mounted fingerprint scanner, Bixby Home app, and the Always On Display feature.