Galaxy Note 8 is the first smartphone by Samsung to offer dual cameras but clearly, it won’t be the last one as the company is reportedly introducing it again in its upcoming Galaxy J7+.
The device was leaked in Thailand where it will soon make a debut. Galaxy J7+ will feature a 13MP f/1.7 and 5MP f/1.9 dual cameras along side a 16MP front camera for taking perfect selfies.
As we can se in the above poster, the Galaxy J7+ will also offer a Live Focus feature, something that was seen earlier this week in Galaxy Note 8. The feature enables the user to adjust the amount of blur before or after taking a picture giving the user the liberty to adjust the focus in the image.
The smartphone will come with a 3000 mAh battery coupled with a 5.5 inches Super AMOLED screen with1080p resolution, an octa-core chipset which will likely be Exynos 7870 Octa, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage with the support of expandable storage thanks to MicroSD card.
Though Huawei is blatantly mocking Samsung for the late arrival to the dual camera family, the South Korean smartphone manufacturing giant will surely win over the hearts of its loyal audience. It won’t be fool’s errand to expect the same or better dual camera in the company’s next year’s flagship, Galaxy S9.