Samsung Galaxy J7 visits FCC, rumors of 4,300 mAh battery proven false

Not long ago we say Samsung upgrade their A5 and A7 by revealing their 2016 models. Apart from that, many rumors surfaced regarding the upgrades for Galaxy J3, J5 and J7. Samsung aimed to target the more price conscious consumers with the Galaxy J series by manufacturing phones with comparatively downgraded hardware and cheaper build material.

LG J7 Front

Samsung Galaxy J7 Front

Leaked benchmarks reveal that the Samsung Galaxy J5 will feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 while the J7 might just surface with two different variants. One of them will be powered by the Samsung’s self-made Exynos 7870 while the second one will be packed with Qualcomm Snapdragon 615. The surprising rumor which shocked everyone was that the Galaxy J7 is expected to be released with a gigantic 4,300 mAh battery.

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Unfortunately for the users which would have loved their smartphone to have such an amazing battery performance, this rumor was just proved false by its visit to the FCC. There it was revealed that the smartphones carries a 3,300 mAh battery. Although this battery isn’t as colossal as the one previously rumored, it still is something. To give you a comparison, a 3,300 mAh battery is larger than the one used in the Galaxy Note 4. Therefore, you need not to be disappointed as the smartphone will still, hopefully, deliver amazing battery performance.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Back

Samsung Galaxy J7 Back

Another thing which must be mentioned is that Samsung’s upcoming flagship, Galaxy S7, is expected to be powered by a 3,000 mAh battery. It is being claimed that S7 will run for 2 straight days with this amount of energy. The thing to ponder is that how long will the Galaxy J7 run with an ever larger battery which will have to power comparatively lower grade hardware and less amount of pixels. To know for sure, we’ll have to wait for the official unveiling  – or do we ? let us know what you think in the comment box below.

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