At an occasion in New Delhi on Wednesday, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy J7 Pro and Galaxy J7 Max. The all-new J-series smartphones come with Samsung Pay and Samsung Pay Mini respectively, Samsung’s charge solution that has been lacking from the range to date. Apart from mobile price solution, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max and Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro also promise a top rate layout, capabilities, specifications that may match flagship telephones in some regards.
Samsung’s J-series of smartphones have been properly acquired in India, and had been catering to a large charge variety. Smartphones like Galaxy J3 Pro, Galaxy J1 (4G), and Galaxy J2 Pro have been targeted at sub-Rs. 10,000 segment while the Galaxy J7 Prime and Galaxy J5 (2016) were targeted on the Rs. 10,000- Rs. 20,000 segment. The new Galaxy J7 Max and the Galaxy J7 Pro are being advertised because the devices to cater to “mass-mid segment telephone marketplace”, which has recently visible fewer launches. At the New Delhi release occasion, we got a threat to spend a while with the Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro smartphones and here are our first impressions.
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The new J-series telephones sport all-metallic unibody layout and are smooth. The big presentations truely suggest that it won’t be smooth to use the telephones with simply one hand, and we felt it throughout our limited time with the handsets. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro measure eight.1mm and 7.8mm respectively.
The Galaxy J7 Max additionally comes with Smart Glow that is squarish surrounding the rear camera at the returned. The Smart Glow across the digital camera gives you alerts for notifications when they come.
For Galaxy J7 Pro, Samsung is selling the flat returned digital camera. We additionally preferred the new “U” designed antenna bands on the Galaxy J7 Pro that actually upload to the visible enchantment of the handset.
The new dual-SIM J-collection telephones additionally include a devoted slot for microSD card which could grow to be a good addition at this price.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro specs
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Max capabilities a 5.7-inch complete-HD display and is powered by way of a MediaTek Helio P20 octa-middle SoC clocked at 1.6GHz paired with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of in-built storage. The smartphone packs a 3300mAh non-detachable battery and aid 4G with VoLTE (with Cat. 4 down load velocity help).
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro, alternatively, features a 5.Five-inch complete-HD Super AMOLED show, and is powered by way of an Exynos 7870 octa-core SoC clocked at 1.6GHz paired with 3GB of RAM. It offers 64GB of in-built storage that may be improved the use of a microSD card (as much as 128GB). The smartphone packs a 3600mAh battery and is IP54 certified for being splash evidence.
Both phones recreation 13-megapixel rear and the front cameras with f/1.7 aperture and f/1.Nine aperture respectively. There’s flash aid on both ends.
Both the Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro deliver with the company’s new UX based on Android Nougat. We have to confess that Samsung has been constantly enhancing its UX because of the release of the Samsung Galaxy S6. There has been a cut down on a wide variety of pre-loaded apps, and the interface seems neat. As visible in other Samsung phones, the Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro include Google and Microsoft suite of apps preinstalled.
Samsung has incorporated a lot of Nougat functions in its new UX like swiping up from the lowest opens up app drawer. We also noticed that both the phones came with a slider function for immediately jumping to Samsung Pay characteristic but there must be a manner to turn it off. With Nougat, Samsung has additionally given its Settings web page a revamp which now seems uncluttered.
Samsung Pay and Samsung Pay Mini
One of the largest functions of the new J-collection telephones is Samsung Pay. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro will guide the business enterprise’s these days introduced NFC-enabled cellular charge solution Samsung Pay. The South Korean enterprise is likewise introducing its Samsung Pay Mini function which can be visible as “lite” model of Samsung Pay. The new Galaxy J7 Max debuts the Samsung Pay Mini feature, which may be used to make online payments handiest. Sumit Walia, Director – Mobile Business, Samsung India at the same time as speak to Gadgets 360 said that the corporation became seeking to carry its cell payment method to greater devices for some time.
Explaining the brand new Samsung Pay Mini function, Walia said that it comes with all of the bells and whistles of Samsung Pay minus the “Tap & Pay” functionality this is used to make offline payments at PoS terminals, as it’s designed for telephones like Samsung Galaxy J7 Max that do not come with the desired hardware for the Pay provider.
At the occasion, the company representatives confirmed how the Samsung Pay Mini feature labored and it regarded neat and changed into easy to apply. We will try the characteristic as soon as we receive the Galaxy J7 Max.
Samsung Pay, then again, supports each NFC and MST (Magnetic Secure Transmission) that allows price through phone thru terminal’s card reader. For new users, the Samsung Pay and Samsung Pay Mini apps include built-in “How to use” films, which is a good addition.