Another member of Samsung Galaxy J series just appeared on the GFXBench benchmark test with large display and high powered specs. The last one on the GFXBench was the Galaxy J5 (2016) which we discussed yesterday, now it is time for the Galaxy J7 (2016). Fresh benchmark test shows the features to expect on the second generation Galaxy J7.
With the devices following each other Samsung seems completing the second generation of Galaxy J series devices very soon. Earlier the Galaxy J1 (2016) was unveiled and now we have the Galaxy J5 (2016) and Galaxy J7 (2016) on the GFXBench. Both second generations Galaxy J series devices are expected to arrive this year.
As displayed on the GFXBench benchmark test the overall features of the Galaxy J7 (2016) are appreciating. We found a number of features kept unchanged but there are some areas improved enough. As compared to the original model, the Galaxy J7 (2016) has improved display results and better internal specs.
The panel size on the upcoming Galaxy J7 (2016) is 5.5inch same as the display size on the original model. However the display results are upgraded with increase resolution which is now 1080x1920pixels as compared to the 720x1280pixels on the original model. On the same panel size, more resolution means more impressive display on the Galaxy J7 (2016).
Under the hood we again found some matching and some upgraded areas. The chipset is the same Snapdragon 615 which carries an octa-core CPU clocked at 1.5GHz. Here the upgraded area is the RAM which is doubled at 3GB as compared to the 1.5GB on the original Galaxy J7. The device comes with 16 GB native storage and same camera and battery powers. Like the Original model the Galaxy J7 (2016) also carries a 13megapixel main camera and a 5megapixel camera on front.