Samsung is in love with its Galaxy J7 lineup. We saw lots of new J7 phones this year. Well to be honest these phone are very popular among people. Galaxy J lineup is getting better and expensive each year. We covered comparison of J7 Pro vs J7 Max vs J7 Prime in the earlier posts. This time we have got new members in family which are different than other.
Galaxy J7 Plus is the first mid range phone with dual camera by Samsung. Note 8 is the first phone with dual camera by them actually. As people love J family, Samsung is focusing much on improving the series by various means. The lineup has improved very much and better things are expected for later.
Dual camera is now becoming a standard rather than plus point. Samsung entered the game with Note 8 and they are playing solid with other segments as well. Galaxy J7 is one of the most powerful and popular phone in mid range and upper budget segment. There are too many phones in J series. We have written comparisons on them regularly. This time we are covering the comparison of best offering of J7 lineup.
|Galaxy J7+||Galaxy J7 Nxt||Galaxy J7 Pro|
|5.5” 1080p sAMOLED||5.5” 720p sAMOLED Panel||5.5” 1080p sAMOLED Display|
|Mediatek Helio P20||Exynos 7870||Exynos 7870 Chipset|
|2.4 GHz octa core processor||1.6 GHz octa-core processor||1.6 GHz octa-core processor|
|Mali-T880 MP2 GPU||Mali-T830 MP2 GPU||Mali-T830 MP2 GPU|
|4 GB RAM||2 GB RAM||3 GB RAM|
|32 GB On-board storage||16 GB In-bulit Storage||64 GB Internal memory|
|3000 mAh Battery||3000 mAh Battery||3600 mAh Battery|
|13 MP f/1.7, 5 MP f/1.9 Main Camera||13 MP f/1.9 Rear Camera||13 MP f/1.7 Back Camera|
|16 MP f/1.9 Front Sensor||5 MP f/2.2 Front Camera||13 MP f/1.9 Front Camera|
Looking at the specs of all these handsets we see many differences. The best improvement we have noticed since we started reviewing phones is camera quality. The expensive J7 Pro features wide aperture 13 MP sensor and the more affordable J7 Nxt has a bit smaller f/1.9 aperture size. But the brand new J7 Plus is featuring dual cameras set at back. It packs 13 MP f/1.7 sensor with another 5 MP f/1.9 sensors. This makes it capable of shooting great photos in both low light and sufficient light.
Dual camera at back helps taking better photos with good depth of field and bokeh effect. Surprisingly the front camera’s pixel count is larger than back sensor, reading at 16 MP. This is because market is much more selfie focused these days. Power-wise and feature wise the Pro version has better chipset, bigger battery and storage but Plus has higher RAM.
All these mobiles are relatively new and comparing everything no phone has everything like flagship phone. People should choose among these phones by deciding their need. If you need higher RAM and better camera and photography result then definitely go for Galaxy J7 Plus but if you want overall solid phone with balanced specs Galaxy J7 Pro is the answer and if you are in a budget go nowhere except J7 Nxt.