Samsung launched the Galaxy J7 2016 in March of this year and unless the company decides otherwise, its namesake successor may launch at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in late February. Along with the J7, Samsung may also launch the Galaxy J5 but it is the former which is receiving a lot of attention from leaksters and phone spotters alike.
#Samsung #GalaxyJ7 2017 renders + 360° video + dimensions, on behalf of @91mobiles... https://t.co/Nj27K8YwCN pic.twitter.com/QS2kSr483c— OnLeaks (@OnLeaks) December 22, 2016
#Samsung #GalaxyJ7 2017 renders + 360° video + dimensions, on behalf of @91mobiles... https://t.co/Nj27K8YwCN pic.twitter.com/QS2kSr483c
Celebrity leakster @OnLeaks has revealed 3D renders of the upcoming Galaxy J7 2017 via a 360-degree video. The video shows a white model from every possible angle, betraying a smoothly curved back, a nicely designed metal frame on the back which houses the rear camera and a flat Super AMOLED display.
The render also shows a small speaker grill above the power button which was previously seen on the Galaxy J7 Prime so it is possible that encouraging feedback on the additional speaker may have encouraged Samsung to introduce it in the Galaxy J7 2017. The only other detail that we know so far is that the display could measure 5.5-inches, similar to that of the Galaxy S7 Edge. Once we now more about the phone, we'll let you know about them along with detailed pricing and availability dates.