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After just a month since the price cut of the Galaxy J7 Nxt, Samsung hits again and slashes the price of two mid-range smartphones – Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro. It is just a matter of time until the changes will be enforced, as Amazon India and Samsung Shop are currently displaying the old price point.
Although there is no other official communication apart from the tweet, we should take a step back and remember the time both of the smartphones were launched. Samsung unveiled Galaxy J7 Pro and Galaxy J7 Max last year in June at Rs.20,900 and Rs.17,900 respectively.
At that time, Galaxy J7 Pro received excellent reviews, making it one of their bestselling models, whereas the Galaxy J7 Max was criticized for having a out-of-sight price put in balance with the specs and changes it came aplenty with.
We should draw attention to the offer Paytm makes (even though it is only eligible for Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro) – on top of the price reduction offered by Samsung company, Paytm comes forward with a cashback offer and we get the information that Galaxy J7 Pro is entitled to a Rs.2,000 cashback from Paytm. Keep in mind, though, that this is an offline exclusive offer.
A spotlight feature of the two mid-range smartphones worth mentioning is the support coming from Samsung Pay applicable to Galaxy J7 Pro and Samsung Pay Mini for the Galaxy J7 Max. Along with this trait, the smartphones were the proud initiators from the Galaxy J series to have come with the payment sustenance. We shouldn’t forget to mention that this feature has already been applied to many budget Galaxy On and Galaxy J series smartphones by this time.
Here is what Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro unveils for its future buyers:
- 5.5inch FHD Super AMOLED display
- Exynos 7870 SoC teamed up with a 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage space (expandable up to 128 GB)
- 13 MP back camera
- 13 MP front camera
- Android 7.0 Nougat
- 3600 mAh battery along with an IP54 certification
Moving on to Samsung Galaxy J7 Max, let’s discover what this one puts out:
- 5.7inch Full HD TFT display
- MediaTek Helio P20 chipset for powering, working with 32 GB of internal storage and 3 GB of RAM
While there is no difference when we mention imaging aspects and software specifications between the two of them, Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro gets its power from a 3300mAh battery.