Samsung was expected to take the Mobile World Congress by storm and unveil a bunch of new smartphone offerings. Sadly, Samsung decided to postpone its event and not launch any new smartphone. Although the most talked about Samsung smartphone is the flagship Galaxy S8, the second most anticipated one is undoubtedly Galaxy J7 (2017).
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017)
The South Korean tech giant has been doing a good job of keeping its mouth shut when asked about its upcoming devices. Even though Samsung has yet to unveil any information about the not-yet released Galaxy J7 (2017), the internet is filled with rumors and speculations surrounding the device. A recent leak is pointing towards the fact that Galaxy J7 (2017) will first be launched by Verizon in the US and it will come under the Galaxy J7 V name.
What’s interesting is that other rumors were hinting towards the fact that Galaxy J7 will actually arrive to Verizon Wireless. This information comes as a courtesy of Evan Blass who is a known and liable technology leakster. We should mention that Evan Blass actually has a good record of predicting upcoming tech devices and updates. Another interesting statement made by Evan Blass is that Galaxy J7 (2017) is going to be accompanied by J7 Sky Pro among others.
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) Verizon Model: Specs
We have rounded up the most reoccurring and liable rumors regarding the device’s specs and we will present them right now. Additionally, we need to let readers know that everything we know is based on rumors and speculations. Regarding hardware power, Galaxy J7 (2017) is expected to be fueled by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 625 chipset. The processor has been clocked at 2GHz and it is also coupled with an Adreno 506 graphics processing unit and 2GB or 3GB of RAM.
Additionally, Samsung is expected to equip the smartphone with a 5.5 inch AMOLED display that’s going to feature a full HD resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. Even better, the device will also be equipped with a 3,000 mAh battery that’s going to be able to last for hours on end even under mixed usage.