The new Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime has been launched at Rs. 18,790 and offers a lot of features. The 4G-enabled J7 Prime sports a metal body, full-HD display, massive battery, and some great software enhancements which make it one of the more interesting choices in the sub-Rs. 20,000 price category. On the downside, we wish that the camera performed a bit better in low light and the fingerprint scanner wasn’t so iffy.
Samsung has put its foot on the accelerator and let all hell loose in 2016. The company has brought tremendous improvements in all its releases. Be it flagships or the mid to low rangers, all of its devices are seeing some staggering improvements which brings us to another one of these; the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime. So how does it differ from others?
Body and Display
The Galaxy J7 Prime will feature a 5.5 inch IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 401ppi pixel density. This results in a gorgeous 1080p resolution which is sure to bring a crisp graphical performance. The display features some enormous improvements over its predecessor and it’s quite amazing as to how Samsung has managed to pull these off by staying within similar price limits.
When it comes to its build quality, we’re not sure as to what kind of material the back will feature. What we’re sure off is that it’ll be a unibody design and the smartphone will be 8.1mm at its thickest. Of course everyone would prefer a metal unibody but the J7 Prime will also look good with the plastic anyway.