The Samsung SM-J720F, which is expected to debut as Galaxy J7 Duo, will pack a dual camera that can do Live Focus bokeh shots. It will also have Bixby and a removable battery.
We got this useful information thanks to a leaked official user manual for the device, detailing its many software and hardware features.
One of the most interesting additions is the removable battery. The Galaxy J7 and its J-series contemporaries have sealed-in batteries.
Next up is the Bixby addition - this will be the first Bixby-enabled midranger by Samsung. Since there is no physical Bixby button it's likely that the Galaxy J7 Duo will have only Bixby Home and Reminder.
Finally, the camera. The Galaxy J7 Duo will have a dual camera and it will be able to capture Live Focus bokeh shots. If we're to go by what we've already seen from Samsung, the Galaxy J7 Duo will use the setup seen in the Galaxy C7 (2017) (also known as Galaxy J7+ in Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines) - a 13MP (f/1.7) + 5MP (f/1.9) system.
The rest of the specs are likely to go as follows - a 16:9 5.5-inch 1280x720px panel, Exynos 7885 chipset and Android 8.0.
Where is basically almost no difference in quality if you go from 720p to 1080p. I have S8 and using it on 720p resolution. I done experiment and showed it to my friends saying look at this amazing 2k screen everybody said yeah it looks amazing and s...
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They should keep those phone, without waterproofing , with removable battery