What is the power of Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro and Galaxy J7 Max?

Samsung launched its Galaxy J7 Pro and Galaxy J7 Max handsets at an event held in New Delhi on Wednesday. raised the curtainThe company’s new G-series smartphones come with Samsung Pay and Samsung Pay Mini respectively which were not a part of the range till now. Apart from mobile payment facility, Samsung Galaxy J7 Max and Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro will be known for premium design, features and specifications. On many parameters, these handsets are capable of challenging even flagship phones.

Samsung’s G-series handsets have been popular so far. The interesting thing is that this series has handsets from every price segment. Handsetes like Galaxy J3 Pro, Galaxy J1 (4G) and Galaxy J2 Pro are available for around Rs 10,000. Whereas, Galaxy J7 Prime and Galaxy J5 (2016) are handsets in the price range of Rs 10,000- Rs 20,000. The Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro are being marketed towards the “popular mid-segment smartphone market”, which has seen fewer launches in recent times. At the launch event, we got a chance to spend some time with the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max and Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro. How did we like these phones at first glance? Let us tell.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro design

The new J series smartphones come with full metal unibody design and the profile is also slim. Due to the large display, it is certain that it will not be easy to use them with one hand. This seemed to be the case in the limited time we spent with the handset. Samsung Galaxy J7 Max And Galaxy J7 Pro The thicknesses are 8.1 and 7.8 millimeters respectively.


Galaxy J7 Max has Smart Glow feature. It is present around the rear camera. When a notification comes, the smart glow present on the side of the camera will alert you.

Samsung is promoting the flat back camera in the Galaxy J7 Pro. We also like this phone’s new “U” designed antenna band. It enhances the beauty of the handset.

In the new dual SIM handset of J-series, you will get separate slots for microSD card. This is a good feature at this price.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro specifications

The Samsung Galaxy J7 Max sports a 5.7-inch full-HD (1920×1080 pixels) TFT display. It has 4 GB RAM with 1.6 GHz octa-core MediaTek Helio P20 processor. Inbuilt storage is 32 GB. The battery is 3300 mAh. Along with 4G, there will also be support for VoLTE.

On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro will have a 5.5-inch full-HD (1920x 1080 pixels) Super AMOLED display. It is equipped with 2.5D curved glass design. It has Mali T830 GPU with 1.6 GHz octa-core Exynos 7870 processor. RAM is 3 GB and inbuilt storage is 64 GB. If users want, they can also use microSD card up to 128 GB. The battery is 3600 mAh. It has IP54 certification, which means it is completely safe from water splashes.

Both phones have 13 megapixel rear and front cameras. The aperture of the front sensor is F/1.7 and the aperture of the rear is F/1.9. Flash is provided with both sensors.


The Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro have the company’s own skin based on Android Nougat. We have to admit that Samsung has continuously improved the UX since the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6. The number of unwanted apps has reduced. The user interface is quite clean. Like other Samsung phones, you will get Google and Microsoft apps in Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro. Samsung has made many Nougat features a part of its new UX, such as swiping from bottom to top opens the app drawer.

Samsung Pay and Samsung Pay Mini

The most important feature of the new J-series smartphones is Samsung Pay. In Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro, you will get NFC supported Samsung Pay recently introduced by the company. This South Korean company has also introduced Samsung Pay Mini feature. This is the lite version of Samsung Pay. Galaxy J7 Max will have Samsung Pay Mini which runs on the internet, that is, it will work in online payments. Speaking to Gadgets 360, Sumit Walia, Director, Mobile Business, Samsung India, said that the company will bring the mobile payment option to more devices in the coming days.


Describing the Samsung Pay Mini feature, Walia said that it has almost all the features of Samsung Pay. Not only is there a “tap and pay” capability that enables offline payments as well. It has been launched for handsets like the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max which do not have suitable hardware for Samsung Pay payment service.

At the event, the company representative demonstrated the use of Samsung Pay Mini feature. It was easy to use. After receiving the Galaxy J7 Max, we will also be able to use this feature further.

On the other hand, Samsung Pay supports NFC and MST. For new users, the Samsung Pay and Samsung Pay Mini apps also feature video tutorials on how to use them. It’s a good thing.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro and Galaxy J7 Max performance and camera

In the limited time we spent with the handsets, we found that the Galaxy J7 Pro and Galaxy J7 Max ran smoothly. There was no problem in switching from one app to another. The smartphones were responding properly to touch input. Well, we will be able to say something in detail about the performance of the phone only after the review.


Samsung is also praising the camera of Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro. In the limited time we spent with the device, we found that the handset’s cameras launched quickly. Sample shots came out crisp. There was a lot of detail in pictures taken in low light. The 13-megapixel front cameras with F/1.9 aperture present in both the handsets are fully capable of taking pictures with details. However, we would like to say something about the camera in detail only after the review.

last thoughts
There is no doubt that the specifications of Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro smartphones are strong. After the arrival of Samsung Pay, the phone has got something new. The cameras on the Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro also seemed capable to us at first glance. When we review the device, we will explain its performance in detail.

The price of Samsung Galaxy J7 Max is Rs 17,900 and you will get Galaxy J7 Pro for Rs 20,900. Apart from offline stores, these phones will be available on Samsung’s own e-commerce site. The sale of Samsung Galaxy J7 Max will start from June 20. At the same time, Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro is said to be made available by mid-July. At this price, both the handsets will compete directly with handsets like Xiaomi Mi Max Prime, Moto G5 Plus and Honor 8 Lite.

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