After launching Galaxy Note 8 Samsung has officially unveiled their second phone with dual-camera; it’s their Galaxy J7+. The mid-ranger from the company comes with a setup of 13MP + 5MP dual-camera at the rear.
The J-series smartphones from Samsung has been popular among the users in Nepal and the Galaxy J7+ is expected to join that race soon. The device sports a 5.5-inch Full-HD Super AMOLED display around a metal body. Samsung, however, hasn’t mentioned anything about the chipset, though it might be the MediaTek Helio-P20. The RAM is 4GB, while the storage is 32GB with an option for expansion up to 256GB.
Now let’s shift our focus to the camera. The handset boasts a dual-camera setup at the rear — the first one is 13MP with f/1.7 aperture, whilst the latter is 5MP with f/1.9 aperture. The second sensor helps to capture depth shots while providing a nice bokeh effect. And for selfies, the smartphone shines a 16MP sensor with LED flash.
Powering the phone will be an average 3000mAh battery, whereas the phone will boot on Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box. Other noticeable features include a fingerprint scanner, an always on display and a Bixby home companion app. The phone will go on sale for THB 12,900(approx Nrs. 39,875). Expect the phone to arrive in Nepal with a month or two.