Samsung today launched its Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro as a part of its revamped J-series mid-range smartphones in India. The J series phones pack in unique features like Ultra Data saving, S bike mode, S power planning especially ‘Made for India’.
Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 pro come at a price tag of Rs 17,900 and Rs 20,900 respectively. The Galaxy J7 Max will be available across all the Samsung stores from June 20 but Galaxy J7 Pro will be available in mid-July.
The new phones are equipped with flagship features like Samsung Pay and a social-camera with instant sharing options on social media along with the live stickers option as on the Galaxy S8. Samsung Pay is available on Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro while Samsung Galaxy J7 Max will come with Samsung Pay Mini.
Samsung Pay allows users to use their phone as a wallet and store credit and debit card details, which can be used to make payments without the actual card, using Samsung's patented Magnetic Secure Transmission Technology (MST). Users can tap to pay using the phones on Point of Sale (PoS) machines.
Samsung Pay Mini has been designed for mid-segment consumers where Unified Payment Interface (UPI) and e-wallets can be used for transactions.
Both the phones have a 13 MP sensors with an f/1.9 lens on back and an f/1.7 lens on the front. The social camera comes with instant sharing, instant editing and instant discovery option, so that the users can instantly edit and share the pictures without going to a third party app for editing and sharing. The camera also has the option of adding live filters and live stickers on the pictures taken.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Max features a 5.7-inch Full HD TFT display. Inside, phone runs on 1.6 GHz octa-core processor by Mediatek. There's 4 GB RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. It has 3 card slots, two for the SIM cards and one for memory card with 4G connectivity (Category 4) and a 3,300 mAh battery.
The more expensive Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro has a 5.5-inch Full HD Super-AMOLED display. The smartphones packs in a Samsung Exynos 1.6 GHz octa-core processor coupled with 3 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro has a bigger battery of two models launched today. It features a 3,600 mAh unit compared to the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max and comes with 3 card slots that support 4G connectivity (category 6).
Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro and Samsung Galaxy J7 Max run on Android Nougat and come in black and gold variants.