Ever since #Samsung faced troubles last year, all thanks to its #Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, the company has been preparing itself for a massive revival in 2017. The revival plan began with Samsung unleashing its power-packed Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus smartphones. The South Korean tech firm shifted its focus to the mid-range smartphone market by introducing its J7 and J7 Prime smartphones. At the same time, numerous reports have indicated that the company is now working towards successfully launching its heavily-anticipated Galaxy Note 8 smartphone.

Model number revealed

Coming back to its J7 smartphone — at the time of its launch, the device did not sport a dual-#Rear Camera setup.

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The smartphone was introduced in a few markets only, which excluded China. However, according to a report published by Android Headlines, the company is planning on bringing the aforementioned smartphone into the Chinese market. While the rest of the features will remain the same as the standard variant, one notable change that the J7 will sport is a dual-rear camera setup.

The report suggests that alleged images of the same have emerged online. The smartphone was spotted on China’s official regulation website with model number SM-J7310. The images revealed a black color J7 variant with a textured back panel.

Still more to come regarding the smartphone

Unfortunately, the leak does not reveal any further information apart from this. The one thing that remains absolutely certain is that Samsung has stopped carrying out tests on the latest variant of the J7 smartphone.

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In other words, Samsung is nearing the launch date of the J7 in the Chinese market. If this turns out to be true then the J7 smartphone will be the first smartphone by Samsung to pack a dual-rear camera setup.

Another thing that remains unclear is whether the dual-camera variant will be introduced to other markets apart from China. It is obvious that if the dual-rear camera J7 variant does get introduced, it will tag a higher cost than the original version.

According to a report published by Android Soul, it still remains unknown as to why Samsung is testing its latest feature exclusively for the Chinese market. Meanwhile, the smartphone is already available for sale in the US via AT&T, Verizon, and Amazon. Interested buyers can check out the smartphones in the aforementioned websites wherein there are numerous discount offers as well.