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Samsung Galaxy J7 Max with Social Camera and Samsung Pay Mini

Although Samsung has experienced a "tragedy" with the explosion of the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung fans do not give up. They still choose Samsung, and the Korean company is ready to launch the Galaxy Note 8, and confident to compete with the iPhone 8. If you are not interested in the presence of the Note 8, you can choose Samsung Galaxy J7 Max, which will satisfy the enthusiasts of photography lovers. The phone packs a 3300mAh non-removable battery and support 4G with VoLTE.
 
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Samsung Galaxy J7 Max. Image: pocketnow.com
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Max runs Android 7.0 and powered by 1.69GHz octa-core MediaTek Helio P20 processor and it comes with 4GB of RAM. The J7 Max packs 32GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 256GB via a microSD card. Its advanced Octa-Core processor with 4GB RAM allows you to multitask faster than ever before. You will enjoy a 5.7” FHD display (1080p) and amp up your style game with the stunning metal unibody.

The Galaxy J7 max equipped with a 13-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 13-megapixel front shooter for selfies. It’s your moment. Capture it brilliantly with the powerful 13 MP front and rear cameras. With its f1.7 aperture, take brighter and sharper shots even in low light.

Social camera

The J7 Max has also support for USB OTG (on the go) which means you can attach microSD cards or external drive using an extender. With OTG facilities, you can easily move your photos and videos to an external memory card conveniently and quickly.
 
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Social camera. Image: samsung.com
The Galaxy J7 Max is the first phone in the industry to sport the Social Camera. With the social camera, you can easily share pictures with your contacts or social media as you click them. The instant share and edit feature with live filters and geo-tagging, lets you capture, edit and share your experiences with the world in seconds.

According to gadgets.ndtv.com, one of the biggest features of the new J-series phones is Samsung Pay. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro will support the company's recently announced NFC-enabled mobile payment solution Samsung Pay. The new Galaxy J7 Max also debuts the Samsung Pay Mini feature, which can be used to make online payments only.
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Samsung Galaxy J7 Max. Image: fonearena.com

Please note that the Galaxy J7 Max is one of the first budget phones from Samsung to have launched with Android Nougat. According to guidingtech.com, with the Android Nougat, you can easily pull off the tricks that Nougat is known for. Whether it’s the Notification Control or customizing the Quick Settings menu.

If you have more budget, then you can choose Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro. Why? Designed with the strictest attention to detail, the new Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro features a stunning uniform metal finish with zero camera protrusion for superior grip and 2.5D Glass shielding its 5.5” Full HD Super AMOLED display for added durability.

The Galaxy J7 Pro also equipped with a touch-based fingerprint sensor authentication to ensure your data is seen by you alone. The J7 Pro has a Always on Display features that lets you view the time, calendar and incoming notifications at a glance without waking up your smartphone.  Which one is the best for you?