A new Samsung product has been spotted on US certification site which we believe is the upcoming Galaxy J7 2017. Carrying model number SM-J730F, the 2017 variant of Galaxy J7 has been given the FCC certification.
The smartphone model certified by FCC is the Galaxy J7 2017 international variant. Although the FCC listing doesn’t reveal anything about the new J series smartphone, we aren’t complaining as our plates are full with numerous past leaks about this particular device.
Galaxy J7 2017 will sport 5.5 inch HD display and impressively run Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. Powered by Exynos 7870 octa-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz, it will be paired with Mali-T830 GPU for the graphics. At its heart, we should find a combo of 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM. Further, there will be an 8MP rear camera installed at the back with a 5MP selfie shooter taking its place at the front.
Samsung is also about to release Galaxy J3 2017 and J5 2017, both of which have been spotted on various certification cites. After the A series, this is Samsung’s second attempt at creating iterations of its past smartphones. The Galaxy A3 2017, A5 2017 and A7 2017 were released in January and have been getting positive response from users.