Jul 25, 2017 12:11 PM EDT
Samsung has recently announced a new smartphone in India, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt. The handset comes in two color variants, Gold, and black.
The new Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt is a mid-range phone with an affordable price. Consumers in India can have this smartphone through the website of Samsung, or they can acquire it by the offline retail stores, Android Authority reported. In India, the cost price of this phone is INR 11,490 that is around $180. This new handset belongs to the J series. Last year Samsung released Galaxy J7, another handset of the J series.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt has a 5.5-inch display with HD resolution. The new handset actually sports the Super AMOLED display. The device is powered by the octa-core processor and 2GB of RAM. The smartphone has a 16GB of internal storage that is expandable up to 256GB with the microSD card.
Samsung's new handset contains a 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and autofocus. With the f/1.9 aperture, the camera can produce better picture quality. The front panel of the Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt has a 5MP camera to capture beautiful selfies. A huge battery of 3,000 mAh should give the users more time to use the handset long time at a stretch.
The smartphone runs the Android 7.0 Nougat and weighs 170 grams. Apart from this newly announced mid-range smartphone Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt, Samsung is also preparing for the upcoming handset Galaxy Note 8. According to a recent report, Samsung may bring three color variants for this new handset, The Science Times reported.
Among them, the "Deep Blue" color variant must be a great color option. Last year the Korean tech giant unveiled the Galaxy Note 7 with "Coral Blue" color variant. Now it is quite clear that Samsung is bringing a list of new flagship handsets in the current year. So after producing the Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt, the company will unveil the Galaxy Note 8 on August 23.
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