According to a recent article published on the Forbes website, the smartphone giant Samsung is preparing to give a final touch to its latest masterpiece. If the usual classification pattern by the Samsung is applied, the name given to the upcoming smartphone will be Galaxy J7+ or simply J7.

Features of the new smartphone by Samsung will be decreased as compared to the Note 8 or Galaxy S8, but the phone will have dual rare camera setup. However, the price of the phone will be quite reasonable and affordable to those who cannot have the 8th series by Samsung. The upcoming phone will be the lowest cost dual rare camera smartphone by Samsung.

Expected specifications of J7+ or Galaxy J7+

  • A full HD resolution will be offered with 5.5 inches AMOLED display
  • An Octa Core processor with four cores of 1.69 GHz while the other four of 2.39 GHz
  • An internal storage of 32 GB (Extendable up to 132 GB by micro SD) with the RAM of 4 GB
  • Battery is expected to be 3000 mAH
  • Two of the rare cameras will be 13 mega pixels and 5 megapixels respectively
  • Selfie camera (Front camera) will be of 16 megapixels

However, if these leaked details go flatter, the display in J7 plus will be of a decreased resolution and lacking the "infinity display" as we saw in Note 8 and Galaxy S8. If you are considering to have Note 8's features in price that might be around $ 500-650, you need to revise your perception because this device will not be having a 2x zoom like we had in Note 8.

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Well, no matter what it may comes with but the J and A series by Samsung are known because of the fabulous value they deliver. The J and A series by the Samsung were great pieces by the smartphone giant that came with an entirely reasonable price. Moreover, until now the Samsung corporation does not seem frustrated with the designs and ideas.

The South Korean giant always came with new masterpieces whenever the speculations went viral that the company has nothing more to offer. The biggest setback for Samsung was the last year's Note 7 reversal. Note 7's mess up did tremendous damage to the company's goodwill and also the financials. However, Samsung came with Note 8 and Galaxy S8 this year to compete with iPhone 8.

In some other regions, Samsung is aiming with a smartphone named as C 10. Samsung's C series is not available in the US, but there are rumors that this smartphone also has a dual rare camera setup. Moreover, in the US the J series by Samsung - sold along the S 8 at AT&T and T-Mobile - are the GSM phones.