Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) passes through FCC, reveals some key specs
Earlier in the day, we got to know that a device passed through the staves of the FCC in the US ad got its certification. When it however came to identifying the exact unit, it was, it became a problem and we could only find out that it was being developed by Samsung.
While the document didn’t have much info to leak on the unit, it did let us know that it is of the model number SM-J727, and that also happens to be the model number of thee 2017 refresh of the Samsung galaxy J7. Coincidence? We would love to think not.
According to rumours, a quick peek under the hood of this one would bring us face to face with an Exynos chipset and 3GB of RAM. Going up, we w9uld be greeted by a 5.5 inch of screen and the battery is supposed to be set at 3000mAh rating.
If the information on the battery is any good, we would not be happy give that this is some 10% off the rating the J7 (2016) had.
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