Samsung quite accidentally unveiled its new Galaxy J7 Prime 2 smartphone through its official website in India.
The smartphone briefly appeared on the website before the South Korean company pulled it back. The new device is the successor of Galaxy J7 Prime which was launched back in 2016 and is still available in the Pakistani market.
Galaxy J7 Prime 2 will feature a large 5.5-inch full HD (1080p) display. It will be most likely be powered by Exynos 7870, the one present in the original Galaxy J7 Prime based on the same 1.6 GHz clock speed of the CPU.
Both primary and front cameras of the device will come with a 13MP lens where the latter will also feature live AR stickers and filters, instant share and instant editing features for the users.
The smartphone will come with the same 3300mAh battery, 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage with the option to expand it up to 256GB via MicroSD card.
Galaxy J7 Prime 2 will come in in Black and Champagne Gold colors with the price tag of INR 13,990 which is roughly Rs. 24,862 (price in Pakistan may vary due to taxes).
Samsung has a very extensive Galaxy J7 family for the people looking for affordable devices. Recently, the company introduced the 3GB variant of Galaxy J7 Core and a new Galaxy J7 Max smartphones in Pakistan.