Samsung launches Galaxy J7 Prime with 5.5 inch display, 3GB RAM and 3300 mAh battery in Vietnam

Samsung launches Galaxy J7 Prime with 5.5 inch display, 3GB RAM and 330 mAh battery
Samsung has today launched Galaxy J7 Prime smartphone in Vietnam for a price of VND 6290000 (approximately Rs. 19000). The phone would be available beginning August 23. There has been no mention whatsoever regarding the global or Indian availability of the device as yet.

As for the specifications, Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime sports a 5.5 inch Full HD IPS display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. The display is protected by 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 4. Under the hood, the phone has an Octa core processor clocked at 1.6 GHz. The amount of RAM available on this smartphone is 3 GB while the capacity of internal memory is 32 GB. The memory can be expanded up to 256 GB through the use of a microSD card.

On the camera front, J7 Prime has a 13 Megapixels rear camera with f/1.9 aperture and an LED flash. The front snapper carries a resolution of 8 Megapixels and again has the same aperture as the rear camera. The dual SIM phone is based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and features a fingerprint sensor on the home button in front. The battery capacity of the device is pegged at 3300 mAh. Connectivity options on Galaxy J7 Prime include Bluetooth, GPRS / EDGE, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi and a microUSB port.

Samsung has been hard at work in IFA 2016 taking place in Berlin, Germany. It just introduced two smartwatches today, the Gear S3 Frontier and the Gear S3 Classic. Both the smartwatches sport a round dial and claim a battery life of 4 days. This has been a particularly good year for Samsung in terms of sales of their flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge. The very recently introduced Galaxy Note 7 has had a number of battery explosions though and might end up being a problem for Samsung since the Note series directly competes with Apple's larger sized iPhone Plus. And with Apple just a week away from introducing this year's iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung needs to get its act right and do something about the impending dangers with Galaxy Note 7 smartphones.

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