The can of the double camera is already open in Samsung. The brand that most smartphones sell worldwide has struggled to reach one of the trends that seems to be imposed on the market, and is that after discarding the double camera for the Galaxy S8 + we have had to wait for Note 8 to see it. And now it’s time for that novelty to begin to expand throughout its catalog.
Several months ago it was rumored that, even before Note 8, the double camera could make its first appearance in Samsung through the Galaxy C10, belonging to a range destined to the Asian continent. But in the absence of news, Samsung’s second smartphone to incorporate the double lens seems to be the Samsung Galaxy J7 +, which would soon be on sale in Thailand.
Although the best known are the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note, the Galaxy J range also gives great joy to Samsung, with its various terminals are bestsellers that are already for its third iteration. And like in Huawei, the Korean brand works with different variants according to the market to which it wants to lead and it seems that a variant of the Galaxy J7 for Asia is going to have a great novelty. The Samsung Galaxy J7 + will be the first mid-range brand to receive the dual camera.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 + would have a dual camera with a 13-megapixel sensor and f / 1.7 aperture and a five-megapixel aperture with f / 1.9 aperture that would have the same lens as the two Note 8 sensors, take photographs with the modifiable portrait mode later. The front camera would not be left behind, with 16 megapixels and LED flash.
In addition to the cameras, we expect the Samsung Galaxy J7 + has 5.5-inch Super AMOLED screen and 1080p resolution, an octa-core processor that could be an Exynos 7870, 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal memory and 3,000 mAh Battery. The new Samsung smartphone would soon be on sale in Thailand in black, gold and pink, although on the price we still have no clues. The dual camera will be expanding throughout the catalog of Samsung, from the most expensive smartphones to the cheapest.
What confirms this news, to confirm, is that once the star terminal of Samsung already has the double camera this is ready to go reaching all the ranges of the brand. The logic says that the way to go will be descending, starting with the phones closer to the high range like the Samsung Galaxy J7 +, to appear in more humble ranges.