It is a fact that the year 2016 has been a nightmare for Samsung. But it will unleash some of its best handsets in 2017. The company will leave no stone unturned to make sure that it outdoes other devices. Samsung wants to bounce back with the launch of its more than two devices.
Samsung will launch its ambitious device Galaxy S8 and the successor of its ominous note series Note 8, and there will be on more variant waiting in the wings to gravitate your attention. The Galaxy J7 entered the market during Q1 of 2016. We will get to see a much-improved version of the device shortly.
It seems imminent that the new version of Galaxy J7 will have high-end specifications, unlike its predecessor. The latest leaks have revealed that the device will feature 360-degree videos. The device will have a much gravitating design than its earlier version. The speaker on the back of other phone has been moved to the right of the phone just beside the rear camera. It will have 3.5mm jack next to the charging port. Galaxy J7 will feature 16GB of internal storage and 3GB of RAM. The phone will have AMOLED 5.5-inch display, with the resolution of 1920×1080. There are reports that revealed the phone would be powered by Exynos processor. The rear camera will take some finest snaps with its 13-megapixel shooter, and the selfie camera ranges at 5 megapixels.
Samsung has got many questions to answer as the manufacturer has been on a rough track due its Note 7 device. Samsung had to stop its production after a lot of effort to appease the customers. It is the time for Samsung to bounce back with full strength and get the same reliability it is known for. Samsung will release its most ambitious device Galaxy S8 which will feature 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal memory. The device is considered a perfect rival against Apple iPhone 8.
Samsung will also release Note 8 in its next venture with outwardly foldable display. It will first produce a limited number of devices and see for the response in the market. If it does well, the company will go on manufacturing more units of the devices. Samsung does not seem to take the risk with its design and other features. Galaxy Note 8 will have a much sturdier look and much safer design, as Note 7 design was considered up to a great extent the reason for its failure.