Galaxy J7 (2016) passes through the FCC with a 3,300mAh battery

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Earlier today, an unannounced Samsung-branded smartphone passed through the United States of America’s official certification authority, the FCC. Information included in the filing suggests that we could be looking a revamped model of the South Korean company’s best-selling mid-range smartphone, the Galaxy J7.

Unfortunately, the paperwork included doesn’t disclose anything about the internals of the handset, other than that it will sport a 3,300mAh battery. However,  we do know that it is  set to pack a variety of different connectivity options, including 4G LTE, Bluetooth Class 1 (Version 4.0, LE+EDR), 802.11b/802.11g/802.11n Wi-Fi NFC and GPS.

Recent leaks, rumors and speculation point towards the Galaxy J7 (2016) packing a 5.5-inch Full HD display, 3GB of RAM, a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 5-megapixel front-facing shooter and 16GB of expandable internal storage. It’s also believed to be one of the company’s first non-flagships to feature a fingerprint scanner.

If you’d like to view the full FCC filing, hit the source link below.

Source: FCC


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Josh is an avid Android enthusiast who writes news, reviews and the occasional how-to articles. He lives in the UK and is fascinated by anything technical. He enjoys stripping and rebuilding vintage Macs and is a keen amateur photographer. Currently, his smartphone of choice is the HTC One (M8), but he has a sneaky suspicion that’s going to change when the Galaxy Note 4 finally hits the shelves.