Against the powerful but pricey devices of the Galaxy A series, Samsung offers the corresponding Galaxy J series devices with slightly downgraded features but attractive prices tags. The devices in the A series including the Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 were recently refreshed for 2016 and now Samsung is going to treat the J series devices the same way.
Following the recent reports about the 2016 version of Galaxy J5 now the second model, the Galaxy J7 spotted in FCC. Where, unlike the speculations, the Galaxy J7 is going to carry a lower 3,300 mAh battery instead of 4,300 mAh.
The Galaxy J3, Galaxy J5 and Galaxy J7 were launched as the budget counterparts of the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7. Targeted to mid-range and budget phone markets respectively both series come with the specs feature combo that suit their price tag. For the year 2016, Samsung has reportedly planned to upgrade the devices in both series of its non-flagship devices instead of introducing something new.
According to recently leaked benchmark database about Galaxy J5 (2016) and Galaxy J7 (2016) the former was supposed to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 410 chipset while the latter was expected in two different variants. One of the Galaxy S7 (2016) variants was displayed with Snapdragon 615 while the second one was reported to carry Exynos 7870 chipset.
Besides the internal powers the benchmark database suggested a powerful 4,300 mAh battery which seems not true in the fresh hints from the FCC. As per the details on its recent visit at FCC the Galaxy S7 (2016) was spotted with a 3,300 mAh battery, much lower than the expected 4,300 mAh.
Though it is downgraded from the previously reported battery capacity but the 3,300 mAh is still big enough, even bigger than the Galaxy Note 4. As per the claims, the 3,300 mAh battery will give you up to 2 days of battery life but with downgraded specs it is also expected to consume lesser battery juice and perform even better.