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Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro SM-J730GM (Gold, 64GB) with Offers


Samsung J7 Pro has Pay instantly feature , It has Samsung Pay. Whether it's paying for movie tickets, shopping or other things you love, Samsung Pay on the Galaxy J7 Pro makes it faster than ever ...

Start from: Rs. 18,900
Received the product in 2 days (excellent packing and delivery service by Amazon)Pros:------------- Phone have a stunning display (Super amoled)-- Build quality is really great-- It has 64GB of internal storage which is good-- Both rear and front camera quality is awesome-- It has always ON display (just like S8)-- No lags and slow downs (Ram management is quite good)-- All sensors are available-- Dedicated micro SDCard slot which supports upto 256GBCons:-------------- No led notification-- Front buttons are not backlitI'm really satisfied with the product.
August 21, 2017
I have bought this phone from Market in August 2017, very poor quality. Note 2 was better then this. I have used this phone for total 15-20 days and submitted for repair at service centre 4-5 times. The main problem with phone is that blue spot appears on the phone screen and become dark and then you cannot see anything. Now I am seeking refund from Samsung.
December 6, 2017
Samsung J7 Pro ReviewSPECS:• 5.5-inch Super AMOLED, 1920x1080 (401 ppi)• Samsung Experience 8.1 Android 7.0 Nougat• 13MP primary camera with FHD recording at 30fps, f1.9 main camera with flash and autofocus and 13MP front facing camera• 1.6GHz Exynos 7870 octa core processor, 3GB RAM, 64GB internal memory expandable up to 256GB• 3600mAH lithium-ion batteryDESIGN:• The J7 2016 featured a metal frame and a plastic back, and with the J7 Pro, we're finally getting an aluminum unibody design. And it looks great. The antenna bands are located at the top and bottom of the device, and they create a pattern that gives the J7 Pro a distinct flair when it comes to the design.The phone has sizeable bezels at the top and bottom, but Samsung did a good job of minimizing the side bezels. There's a home button up front with an embedded fingerprint sensor, and like last year's Galaxy S7, you can double press the button to quickly launch the camera.The power button is located on the right, and the volume buttons on the left, and all three buttons have decent tactile feedback. The 3.5mm jack is at the bottom, next to the Micro-USB charging port. More and more manufacturers are switching out to USB-C in this segment, but Samsung was reticent to move to the new standard for its flagships until this year, so it looks like we'll have to wait until next year to see USB-C ports on the company's budget devices. The speaker is located next to the power button. The speaker gets sufficiently loud, and its position means you won't accidentally cover it when holding the phone.PERFORMANCE:• The chipset isn't the fastest out there, and Samsung's decision to stick with it is particularly infuriating considering the phone has picked up sizeable upgrades in other areas. The Exynos 7870 just doesn't cut it anymore, and when you look at the fact that the J7 Pro is now pushing a Full HD panel, it makes it all the more annoying. Even regular tasks like browsing the web on Chrome cause the phone to stutter. Although the Exynos 7870 has eight Cortex A53 cores, they're clocked up to a maximum of 1.6GHz. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 625 also has eight A53 cores, but they go up to 2.0GHz for the performance cluster.CAMERA:• The imaging sensor used in the J7 Pro (Sony IMX258) is the same as that of the Redmi Note 4, and the camera quality is decidedly average. Like the rest of the software, the camera interface is near-identical to what you get on a Galaxy S8, including options to share your photos on social networks with ease. When it comes to taking images, however, the J7 Pro is nowhere near as fluid as the Galaxy S8. The phone takes too long to focus on a subject, and it has a tendency to underexpose images. Manually enabling HDR fixes the problem, but it slows down the device down even further. As for low-light imagery, most shots I took just ended up coming muddy and full of noise.BATTERY:• Although the 14nm Exynos 7870 may not be the most powerful chipset in this segment, it is certainly frugal. The phone easily manages to last a day on a full charge thanks to the energy-efficient chipset and 3600mAh battery, and you can further extend battery life by enabling power saving modes.The main drawback when it comes to battery life is the lack of a fast charging option — the J7 Pro takes an agonizing two hours to fully charge up.SIDE NOTES:• Samsung Pay• The phone features the latest Samsung Experience 8.1 atop Android 7.0 NougatVERDICT:• Samsung is coming with lots of series with the same name and people are getting confused, like stop it. And J7 Pro have similar specs with old J7 series only some changes.• I say if you have the J7 prime or 2016 series don't buy it, but if you have never used J7 series, this is the best one.THANK You PEACE[...]
August 31, 2017
I bought this just 4 days back and as of now found all is good except it's some bit slow, somewhere I have to click twice or thrice for action.
December 1, 2017
Camera is dull image nd pics don't comes out with natural effect.... otherwise phone is good but for camera lover it's not worthy....u will get potrait mode on rear camera but is of no use
December 4, 2017
Average phone for this price performance not good
November 28, 2017
I purchased this phone offline at price 19700. Absolutely good device it is. Smoothly running great display. Go for it guys. It would have been even better if its comes with fast charging.
August 21, 2017
Awesome mobile in this price super battery back up...i used Google map for 5 hours it consumed only 13% of battery life...excellent camera quality...super fast finger print..
August 29, 2017

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