Samsung, being the best-selling smartphone brand in Nepal opts to garner the customers of different budget ranges. Among the different budget segments available, Samsung has a strong hold on the mid-range segment and the Galaxy J-series has been quite popular on the run. And among the confusingly large lineups of the Galaxy J-series, a new name has been added to the list. Bearing the price tag of Rs. 28, 290, the eagerly awaited lad from Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max launched in Nepal.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Max, the handsome lad in a metallic outfit is quite a phablet with the large screen of 5.7-inches. Though the J7 Max is deprived of Samsung’s own Super AMOLED display, it bears PLS (Plane to Line Switching) LCD, which Samsung claims to provide enhanced image quality, improved viewing angle, 10% increase in brightness and 15% decrease in production cost offering an increased flexibility over IPS displays. The display offers a Full-HD resolution packing a pixel density of 386PPI.
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On the software side, Samsung Galaxy J7 Max comes with Android Nougat out of the box with Samsung’s custom UI on the top. The UI offers a galore of useful features like Dual-messenger for cloning apps, S Secure to lock and mask apps for maintaining privacy, etc. The device is powered by MediaTek Helio P20 chipset aided by Mali-T880MP2 GPU. Peeking at the memory, Samsung has been quite generous with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and most importantly a dedicated SDcard slot for memory expansion.
Above all, Samsung Galaxy J7 Max embraces impressive cameras. Both on the front and back resides a 13MP camera accompanied by the LED flash. The rear camera has a wide aperture of f/1.7 capable of taking impressive shots even on low lights. Around the rear camera, there is a ring to alert about the notifications. The ring is called Smart Glow Ring, whose glowing color can be selected as per the user preference. The selfie shooter on the front has an aperture of f/1.9, which does not disappoint on the performance. The aperture of f/1.9 is fairly wide to inlet sufficient amount of light and ensures decent shots even on the dark. In the case of insufficiency of light, one can always make a use of the selfie flash.
To acknowledge users’ privacy and to provide security to it, the phone has welcomed the fingerprint sensor, which dwells on the home button. The J7 Max has also embraced a gyro sensor. The presence of gyro sensor has made itself useful for watching 360-degree videos, playing VR (virtual reality) games and so on. There is a powerhouse of 3300mAh non-removable battery to keep the device nourished.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Max specs:
- Dimension: 156.7 x 78.8 x 8.1 mm; Weight: 179g
- 5.7 Inch Full HD PLS Display
- Android v7.0 Nougat
- 4 GB RAM
- 32 GB ROM
- Dedicated SDcard slot for memory expansion up to 256 GB
- Octa-Core MediaTek MT6757 Helio P20 Processor
- 13 MP Rear Camera with f/1.7 aperture, LED Flash
- 13 MP Front Facing Camera with f/1.9 aperture and LED Flash
- Dual SIM (Nano + Nano)
- 4G connectivity, WiFi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, A-GPS, USB OTG
- Front-mounted Fingerprint Sensor
- Gyro sensor
- 3300 mAh Battery
- Color(s) available: Gold, Black
Samsung Galaxy J7 Max Price in Nepal: Rs. 28,290
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What do you think about the new Samsung Galaxy J7 Max? What are the good, bad and ugly features of the phone? Will it be one of the top smartphones under 30000? Drop your thoughts in the comment section.