J7 Max comes in a two-color segment black and gold and sports a 32 GB of ROM and expandable memory up to 256 GB in a MicroSD support. It one of the best selling handsets that Samsung has in its flagship, It’s coupled with 4 GB of RAM to perform the heavy tasks and 13 Megapixel front and rear cameras to capture excellent and accurate pictures even in dim light. 3300 Lio. mAH battery is enough to give the phone a standby limit of 48 hours and 27 hours of talk time, with that users can run music and videos up to 79 hours and 31 hours, which is one of a notable change has seen in this device.
If we take a close look at its rear Camera’s quality, the pictures are coming bright and precise without zoomed in, but if we shot a picture from very close, then the image is looking blurred and colors pixel is not that specific. However, Samsung is now delivering good short of camera quality after the launch of Galaxy s8 and s8+, but J7 is far not better compared to those. J7’s Selfie camera is nice but not great, and the handset makes it easy to capture the images without holding it too tight as it slightly tricky to hold for the smaller hands, but the pictures coming out of it are seem to be better than J7 prime.
After the downgrade of S7, Samsung has started to implement on the speed as the performance is the key factor to any successful mobile company. J7 is packed with a 3300 Lithium-ion mAH battery. So far, even after opening multiple tabs while playing a mild massive game, the handset didn’t show any lag and hadn’t stuck within our 30 days usage. It means the battery is good, so the performance.
Design is slightly similar to what we have been seen it the earlier models. Rear Camera is impressive in sunlight though images are little dull in low lights. Whereas Front Camera is of high pixels, capturing more accurate models in normal light, Nearby images are rarely small in textures and tearing out color at some level. Overall performance is decent, and battery life is somewhat improved according to the user’s experience.