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Samsung Galaxy J7 Max is another awesome smartphone in the Galaxy “J” series. The Korean OEM – Samsung are known to drop incredible devices into the market which storm the smartphone markets as hits back to back. The Samsung J7 Max doesn’t disobey that commandment. The Samsung J7 Max sports a display size of 5.7 inches as well as a very impressive 4GB RAM size. The smartphone also boasts of a 13-megapixel rear camera.


The Samsung Galaxy J7 Max boasts of a large display size of 5.7 inches. I can’t help but say this is wonderful! It’s touchscreen type is the IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen while its screen resolution is a very impressive 1080 x 1920 pixels that assures neat and smooth projection of images and app icons.

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The rear camera is a beauty, I must admit. A 13-megapixel sensor is just enough to take awesome pictures from the rear. Alongside the rear camera is a LED flash. The camera also has features such as panorama, autofocus detection, HDR and face detection. The front-facing camera also wows as it sports a 13-megapixel sensor for selfies. The camera at the front also has a LED flash to smarten the image and add more brightness.


Super-duper Samsung J7 Max carries a RAM size of 4GB. You don’t need a prophet to tell you the switch between apps and the running of apps will be very smooth and swift. At the internal memory zone is also a very large 32GB storage which assures enough storage for files such as music, videos, documents and images.

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The battery of the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max is a non-removable Li-Ion 3,300mAh battery. The smartphone with such a huge RAM should have been powered with a higher battery but that’s the range with which Samsung powers its smartphones batteries. Besides, Samsung isn’t known to make the largest of battery capacity. The battery capacity is still good to go for a not so heavy smartphone user.



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