Samsung Galaxy J7 – A Mid-Range Smartphone Which Supports The Adaptive Fast Charging Feature

The Galaxy J7 came in June and Samsung has released the Adaptive Fast Charging feature, which will help the owners to take full advantage of this phone’s capabilities The device has a 3000mAh cell and Director of mobile, Samsung Electronic West Africa, Mr. Emmanouil Revematas, assured the users that they won’t need to recharge the battery so often.

Thanks to the ultra-power saving mode offered by Samsung, the Galaxy J7’s battery life will be extended and the users will be able to talk more on the phone with their friends, but, by default, the phone offers 18 hours of talk time on 3G. The J7 is a phablet costing Rs. 14,999 in India, which is around $227, so it’s a very cheap device with good specs, and it has all the chances to dominate the mid-range smartphone segment.

So, if you want to know more about this cheap, but amazing smartphone, then we’ll tell you that it has a polycarbonate shell (available in White, Black and Gold colors) and a metallic chrome frame, it measures 152.2 x 78.7 x 7.5 mm and it weights 171 grams. The screen has a size of 5.5-inch and it uses Samsung’s popular Super AMOLED technology, but the resolution isn’t very high, being limited to 720 x 1280 pixels, and it gives a pixel density of only 267 ppi. But this is a mid-range smartphone and you shouldn’t have high demands from it.

The J7 came loaded with Android OS, v5.1 (Lollipop), but Samsung hasn’t mentioned anything about upgrading it to the latest Marshmallow version. Inside, it features a 64bit Qualcomm MSM8939 Snapdragon 615 octa core processor, which consists of a quad-core 1.4GHz Cortex-A53 CPU and a quad-core 1GHz Cortex-A53 CPU, which is backed by an Adreno 405 GPU, but there is a second variant of the device which uses an Exynos 7580 octa core processor clocked at 1.5GHz, which is backed by a Mali-T720MP2 GPU. No matter which version you choose, the device will support multitasking and you won’t have problems with the browser performance. However, both versions come equipped with 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, which is expandable up to 128GB with a microSD card.

The camera on the back supports 13 MP, it has an aperture of f/1.9 and a 28mm lens, and its features include autofocus, LED flash, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama and Full HD video recording. The front camera is 5MP, its aperture is f/2.2, it has a 23mm lens and offers LED flash for perfect selfies at night.

Samsung Galaxy J7 vs. Samsung Galaxy J5: Feature Review

Samsung is one of the leading makers of smartphones in the world. In fact, the company’s devices are the most selling when compared to any other major smartphone OEM in the world right now.

Even though the South Korean giant is not doing so well in the flagship handset industry, it has been leading all the way when it comes to the mid-range and low-end smartphones. Samsung, this summer, unveiled two amazing smartphones, in the shape of the Samsung Galaxy J5 and the Samsung Galaxy J7.

At first glance, you will be surprised at how identical these two look. However, getting much closer to them will reveal otherwise, with the first impression being the relatively smaller dimensions of the Galaxy J5 and basically the superior performance power of the Galaxy J7.

Design features

As mentioned above, the two phones look very identical from a distance. However, a closer look will reveal that the J7 is slightly bigger than the J5. As far as dimensions are concerned, Samsung designed the Galaxy J5 with measurements of 142 by 73 by 7.9 mm and gave it a weight of 149 grams. This device has a battery unit of 2,600mAh and it runs on the latest version of the Android 5.1 Lollipop OS.

The Galaxy J7 on the other hand measures 152.4 by 78.6 by 7.5 and has a weight of about 171 grams. The device packs a much better 3,000mAh battery unit and it will also be powered by the Android 5.1 Lollipop.

Processing power and performance specs

As mentioned earlier, the Samsung Galaxy J5 was unveiled this June. The phone features a 5-inch touchscreen display that manages a resolution of up to 720 by 1280 pixels.

Inside the phone you will come across a Qualcomm-based quad-core Snapdragon 410 chipset that is clocked at 1.2GHz and has a decent RAM of 1.5GB. Further inside, you will find an onboard storage of 8GB, which can be expanded to the extent of 128GB using a microSD card. This mid-range smartphone even gets better when it comes to photography, as it packs a 13MP snapper on the rear and a 5MP snapper on the front, which should be handy for taking quality selfies and making video calls.

The Samsung Galaxy J7 was also unveiled in June this year and on it you will find a 5.5-inch screen size with a similar resolution as its counterpart. Inside the J7 there is an in-house octa-core Exynos 7580 chipset that is supported by a RAM of 1.5GB. As far as internal storage is concerned, this mid-level smartphone comes with 16GB, but just like the J5, it can be expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card.

The rear and front-facing cameras of the Galaxy J7 are no different from what you get with the J5.

Connectivity features

Both the Samsung Galaxy J5 and J7 are dual SIM phones that can handle two micro SIM cards. Both devices also come with a variety of connectivity options that include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, FM, GPS, 3G as well as 4G. The phones also come with a Proximity sensor as well as Accelerometer.

As far as the pricing is concerned, the smaller Galaxy J5 is obviously cheaper than the bigger J7, but the price variations are not that significant. To get a new Samsung Galaxy J5 you require about $210 while a new Samsung Galaxy J7 will cost you an extra $30 when bought on