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Ilse Jurriƫn : June 14th 2017 - 22:20 CET

Samsung Galaxy J7 Max smartphone

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SamsungSamsung Galaxy J7 Max Android smartphone : Samsung released two new Galaxy J-series smartphones in India. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro are mid-tier smartphones with a completely new social media camera. In addition, the J7 Pro comes with the Samsung Pay service, while the J7 Max supports Pay Mini, a similar service, but designed to work on mid-range smartphones. Samsung Pay Mini provides a platform for Unified Payments Interface (UPI) and e-wallets. It lacks support for tap-and-pay using debt- and credit cards, as NFC is not included. Samsung Pay Mini will be launched first on Galaxy J7 Max and will be made available on select existing J series devices shortly.
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Galaxy J7 Max specs
The new Samsung Galaxy J7 Max has been crafted with a metal unibody that gives it a very stylish appearance. The Android smartphone sports a large 5.7-inch Full HD display. The Galaxy J7 Max is powered by a 1.6 GHz Octa-core processor, a 3,300mAH battery and 4GB of RAM that make multi-tasking seamless.

The J7 Max integrates a powerful 13 megapixel front and rear camera. With a f1.7 and f/1.9 aperture, this phone is much better capable of taking bright and sharp shots even in low light. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Max comes with 32GB of internal memory.

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Social camera on the Galaxy J7 Max
The social camera brings a new way of using a smartphone camera by instant sharing, instant editing and instant discovery. Users can now pin their favorite contacts and social media within the camera and share their moments as they click. The instant editing function on the J7 Pro help consumers create engaging social media-ready content on-the-go by applying live filters or live stickers and share it instantly with social media apps.

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Samsung Galaxy J7 Max price & availability
Galaxy J7 Max will be offered to consumers at a price of INR 17,900 (280 USD / 250 EUR) in Black and Gold. Samsung Galaxy J7 Max will be available across retail stores starting June 20, 2017.

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