i am confused to buy a phone from j7 pro or j7+ or A5 2017 model please tell me which have better camera quality, battery life and no hanging
Hi Guys this Phone will be Released here in the Philippines few days from now. I just wanted to ask Which is Better J7+ / C7(2017) with Mediatek Helio P20 or the J7 Pro with Exynos 7870.
Please Guys I need your Opinion on this. Thanks in Advance
Ash, 25 Sep 2017is this model using mediatek or exynos processor? Mediatek P20 which is using old A53 tech.
jey, 01 Oct 2017xiaomi mi 5x or samsung j7+/c7(2017)? Anybody help meDefinitely Mi5X as it run on Snapdargon 625, while C7 run on Mediatek chips.
Hello I gonna buy Samsung phone for very first time.i need your advice which phone is good to buy C7 pro or C7 2017 I m so confused from the opinions getting mixed up if I m spending a lot on money which is good to buy from these two as I also want good camera and don't want hanging phone
Ash, 25 Sep 2017is this model using mediatek or exynos processor? It is running Mediatek Helio P20
rishuu..., 14 Sep 2017is there any kind of screen protection?According to samsung live chat gorilla glass 4 protection given
rishuu..., 14 Sep 2017is this phone support fast charging??Yes bro. Charge time 0 to 100% 90 to 100 minute
robotboy888, 18 Sep 2017i believe samsung are trieng abit tooo hard they need to calm down before they blow up a building Hahaha
rishuu..., 14 Sep 2017is this phone support fast charging??No Fast Charging .. Camera No OIS.. with this price range better choose LG G5 it has better camera/
i believe samsung are trieng abit tooo hard they need to calm down before they blow up a building
AceShot, 04 Sep 2017whats the cpu?According to Wikipedia, "A central processing unit (CPU) is the electronic circuitry within a computer that carries out the instructions of a computer program by performing the basic arithmetic, logical, control and input/output (I/O) operations specified by the instructions. The computer industry has used the term "central processing unit" at least since the early 1960s. Traditionally, the term "CPU" refers to a processor, more specifically to its processing unit and control unit (CU), distinguishing these core elements of a computer from external components such as main memory and I/O circuitry."
Hope that helps.