There has never been higher anticipation than the one being witnessed by the Galaxy J series' 2017 lineup. This year, Samsung is going big and bold with the design and specifications of the handset, just like it did with its Galaxy S series back in 2015. After having announced the Galaxy A lineup already, the brand is now moving on to the budget series as well. After a lot of rumours and speculations, we finally have a legit piece of evidence that is the FCC label that goes under the rear panel of the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017). The label confirms the model number, which is SM-J727VPP and it is in sync with the previous rumours that came up regarding the device.
The design of the handset has already been leaked by case renders that came up recently and the design looks very similar to the Galaxy J3 (2017) that gone up for sale in China already. It would come sporting the same metal design and physical home button. However, the main difference in the handset is all in the specifications. It would come running on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat operating system and Snapdragon 625 SoC, which is pretty impressive for a budget handset. We also have confirmation regarding the RAM of device, which is 2 GB. This was revealed by the Geekbench benchmarking test that came to light earlier. All in all, Galaxy J series is all set to take on competition this year if Samsung price them right.