The Galaxy J7 (2017) Android smartphone was made official by Samsung last month and the handset is already up for grabs in a few markets around the globe. Samsung rolled out the mobile device alongside the Galaxy J5 (2017) and Galaxy J3. Nonetheless, it appears that the South Korean tech giant is planning to add a dual-camera setup to the smartphone’s Chinese variant.

Slash Leaks pitched in the leaked photos of Galaxy J7 (2017) that reveals the front and back of the smartphone. On the front side, the device features an Always-On display. The back suggests a vertically-aligned dual-camera setup.

As reported by GSM Arena, the home button of the Galaxy J7 (2017), which is expected to feature a fingerprint sensor, is equipped with the back buttons and a 'recent' menu.

The earpiece, LED flash and the front-facing camera is located at the top. The right side of the handset features the power on/off button, while the left side boasts volume controls.

Camera and connectivity of the device

Meanwhile, on the camera front, as reported by The Mobile Indian, the international version of the smartphone has the same 13MP front and rear camera. In terms of connectivity, the Samsung Galaxy J7 is equipped with a 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 4.1, dual sim slot, GPS and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n.

Smartphone's specs

The standard version of the mobile device will come along with a 5.5-inch full HD Super AMOLED display with 1280 x 1920 pixel resolution. The smartphone is powered by a 1.6GHz Octa-Core Exynos 7870 processor alongside the Mali T830 GPU and is backed by a 3,600 mAh battery.

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The smartphone features 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory, expandable up to 256GB through a microSD card. The handset is also equipped with Samsung Pay.

The tech company has recently launched the standard version in South Korea. The smartphone is about 20 percent more expensive than its predecessor. The device is available at KRW 396,000 or approximately $353 and is available for purchase through the KT Corporation.

The mobile device has a year in its name, which suggests it is an update on its predecessor. However, the smartphone comes with more differences when compared to the previous version. The most noticeable distinction of the Galaxy J7 (2017) is the body. The 2017 version has a full-metal unibody.

Nevertheless, the Galaxy J7 (2017) ditched the older micro USB port. Users should also keep the device away from dust and water as it only has a low IP54 rating.