Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro Overview and Specs: Life is Now

Samsung has received tremendous response from the consumers with their Galaxy J series. As the tag line of the Galaxy J Series “Innovations for you” stands, Samsung giving new innovative features in their Galaxy J series. Taking the legacy forward, after release of Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro, Samsung has come with Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro.

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Let’s move on the phone and see what new features Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro will be presenting.

Display: Super AMOLED Full HD

The new Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro comes with 5.5 inch screen. This will be Super AMOLED display. Resolution of the display is Full HD, 1080 x 1920 pixels. Along with the pixel density of 401 pixels per inch.

Samsung had not announced about protection the screen will be having, neither IP rating. So, it is fare to suppose that the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro won’t be Water and Dust resistant. Which is not very unusual for Galaxy J series.

Design: Designed to Dazzle

Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro is going to make a statement with its stunning metal body and a super sleek design. The new Galaxy J7 Pro is going to have only 7.9 mm of depth. With that being said, it is also having Full metal unibody design. Which also makes sure about the build quality.

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Also, there are weird curved lines, which is not for design, because it doesn’t look good. I think that could be the Antenna lines, which will improve your wireless experience, but we wouldn’t know that for sure, until it will be in our hand.

There is another thing to mention that, on the back side of the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro, we are going to have a flat back camera, so you won’t be bothered by that Camera hump on this one. Which is good for look of smartphone and daily use.

Camera: Capture your best

The new Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro comes with 13 MP of primary rear camera, which has an aperture of f/1.7, which make sure that you will get bright pictures and better results in low light conditions and there is LED flash too.

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Not only that, but it also has front camera 0f 13 MP. Aperture of front camera is f/1.9 which is good in comparison with other Samsung smartphones. Also we are getting LED flash on front side too.

Social Camera: Share it instantly

This is the new feature or you can call it innovation considering the J series tagline, Social camera allows you to share any photo instantly. Actually, it allows you to do more than that. You can edit and share your pictures in a jiffy.

There is another feature with Social camera, that is Live filters and Live stickers. Using Live filters, you can select the filters which you want to apply and capture your photo. This is no new feature, you will get it in almost every android phone and if your phone don’t have that, you can just download camera applications for that.

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Live stickers is another thing you get with Social camera, well, live sticker isn’t a new feature either. It is just snapchat with your camera. Just like snapchat you get feature to decorate your self as joker, dog and everything like that you got on snapchat.

Than there is Social Footprint feature in Social Camera, you can leave your mark with Geo tagging and you can also discover the best places to eat, sleep and shop.

Performance: Do more everyday

The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro has the advanced Octa Exynos processor, which makes multi tasking a breeze. This smartphone comes with 3 GB of RAM which is pretty good to improve performance.

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As far as storage capacity concerns, we are getting 64 GB of internal storage. Also we are getting 128 GB of expandable storage with microSD card. With dedicated slot for that.

Full Specifications:

Hardware Details
Network Support GSM / HSPA / LTE
SIM Type Dual Nano SIM Cards (Dual Stand-by)
Display Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
5.5 inches  ( 73.3% Screen to body Ratio)
1080 x 1920 pixels (~401 ppi pixel density)
Chipset Exynos 7870 Octa
Processor Octa-core 1.6 GHz Cortex-A53
Memory 64 GB Internal
microSD, up to 128 GB (Dedicated SIM Slot)
Camera Primary: 13 MP, f/1.7, autofocus, LED flash
Features: Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama, HDR
Secondary: 13 MP, f/1.9, LED flash
Video: 1080p@30fps
Battery Non-removable Li-Ion 3600 mAh battery
Sensors Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
GPU Mali-T830 MP2
Operating System Android OS, v7.0 (Nougat)
Connectivity Bluetooth v4.1, A2DP, LE
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g /n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
microUSB v2.0, USB On-The-Go
Special Features – Photo viewer/editor
– Document viewer
– No Java Support
– Social Camera to share and edit instantly
– Social Footprint to mark places where you go

Reasons to Buy:

  • Camera quality is Good
  • Better low light camera performance
  • Good multi tasking experience
  • Long Battery Life
  • Samsung Pay support

Reasons to Don’t:

  • USB Type C is not supported
  • Dedicated mic for noise cancellation is absent
  • Fast charging support is not provided

Expected Release Date and Price:

Price for Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro has been decided. It is going to cost 20,900/- INR and for rest of the world except India it is around 300 Euro.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro is supposed to be on Sale from mid july of 2017. It will be available in Gold and Black Colour.


Samsung has made this device in India, so undoubtedly this is good bargain for India, as they focused on Indian markets to provide features and get revenue from that. It has nice specification sheet, if you ask me.

Considering the brand Samsung, this is quite good smartphone with priced at just 20,900/- Inr. But it doesn’t have fast charging support, which makes me worried. It is a negative point for Samsung from my point of view.

But the rest of the phone, we get Samsung Pay, social Camera and everything else, it is a good deal at the end of the day. So, what do you think about Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro? Is it worthy to pay 20,900/- INR? Let me know in comment section below.


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