Earlier this year, Samsung took the wraps off a phone called the Galaxy J7. Now according to a post by Vietnamese website Techrum.vn (via SamMobile), Samsung could actually be working on an upgraded version of the Galaxy J7 called the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime that will see an upgrade in several features.
According to the post, it seems that the phone’s display resolution will be bumped up from 720p HD to a Full HD display. The RAM will also be seeing an increase from 2GB to 3GB, and base storage will also be similarly increased from 16GB to 32GB. The front-facing camera will also be getting an upgrade from 5MP to an 8MP sensor, but its aperture of f/1.9 and a front-facing LED flash will remain.
Also one of the more notable changes would be the inclusion of a fingerprint sensor. However other than that, the rest of the phone will remain the same. This means that we’re still looking at an Exynos 7870/Snapdragon 615 chipset, a 13MP rear-facing camera, a 3,300mAh battery, and it will still run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The design also appears to be the same, but if you had nothing against its old design then we guess this shouldn’t be an issue. No word on pricing or when it will be launched, but it does sound a lot more promising than the regular Galaxy J7.
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