Samsung Galaxy J7 Max Review Pros & Cons: Premium Build in Mid-Range

Review of Samsung Galaxy J7 Max at a Glance:-

Galaxy "J" Series is best selling for Samsung, So they are trying to sell different handset under this series. Now they have launched Samsung Galaxy J7 Max under affordable mid-range segment. Here we found some advantages and disadvantages of this handset. The key specs Galaxy J7 Max is offering are 5.7 inches Full HD display, MediaTek MT6757 Helio P20 CPU, Android v7.0 (Nougat) OS, 13 MP Primary | 13 MP Secondary Camera, 32 GB Internal | 256 GB SD Card Support | 4 GB RAM and 3300 mAh battery. 

Design that Attract
As competition gear up the overall looks of the phone is also considered by the customers very seriously, There is no room for the ugly looking smartphone. So here J7 Max comes up with Glamorous metallic unibody design gently curved in corners providing ease while holding in hands. The phone looks quite premium and it is good to see a very narrow side bezels with 72.5% screen-to-body ratio. the rear side has LED based Smart Glow, rotating around the primary camera module. The power key is placed at the right edge while volume rockers are on the left. The Bottom of smartphone housing a microUSB Slot where we are really missing USB Type-C slot. 3.5mm audio jack is also found next to USB slot.

5.7 inches Full HD Display
Samsung started offering sAMOLED Display in many Smartphone under Rs 20K but unfortunately, in this phone they are offering 5.7 inches PLS TFT LCD. Although this TFT display has a quite good configuration with 1080 x 1920 pixels (Full HD) resolutions and 386 ppi pixel density that delivers neat & clean visual content. It is not bright as AMOLED but in full brightness, it is usable under sunlight conditions. This may be little odd that is not comes up with any kind of special screen protection glass. 

Smooth Processing with Octa-core CPU
Samsung decided to go with MediaTek instead of Snapdragon or even their own Exynos CPU so This handset is configured with the Mediatek MT6757 Helio P20 chipset having 8 cores where 4 cores are clocked at 2.4 GHz while another 4 cores are clocked at 1.6 GHz which is coupled with 4GB RAM. This configuration is pretty good for multitasking and even high-end games are also running efficiently although this chipset is not strong as high-end CPU so sometimes frame drop or lagging is observed in playing graphic intensive games like Asphalt 8 in the highest graphic setting. For typical daily use, it is running very smoothly without any trouble regarding performance. 

Better Picture Quality with 13 MP Camera
The primary camera of J7 Max has 13 MP sensor with f/1.7 aperture that allows more light to enter in camera and takes the better picture in low light environment. Although the photos taken from its 13MP camera module is not equivalent to flagship phones like S7 or S8 but definitely offering a decent quality as according to budget. The front also has 13 MP camera but f/1.9 aperture, now there is also a LED flash for the front camera so you can take selfies even in poor light conditions. Overall both the camera in this handset are pretty decent. 

Battery with 20 Hours Talktime
It has non-removable 3300 mAh battery which is not enabled with the Quick charge so this may take 2:5-3:0 hours to fully charge the battery. However as according to claim of company Galaxy J7 Max offers 20 hours Talktime over 3G Network, which is pretty impressive for a 5.7 inches smartphone.

Specification of Samsung Galaxy J7 Max

  • OS- Android v7.0 (Nougat)
  • Chipset- Mediatek MT6757 Helio P20 | 2.4 GHz Cortex-A53 | Octa-core | Mali-T880MP2
  • Display- 5.7 inches PLS capacitive touchscreen | 1080 x 1920 pixels | 386 ppi pixel Density
  • Camera- 13 MP Primary | 13 MP Secondary | 1080p Video Resolutions with 30fps
  • Phone Dimension- 156.7 x 78.8 x 8.1 mm | 179 grams Weight | Colour- Black and Gold
  • Connectivity- 4G- LTE | 3G- HSDPA | Bluetooth v4.2 | WiFi 802.11 b/g/n | 3.5mm Headphone Jack | Dual Nano SIM
  • Sensors- Proximity- Yes | Accelerometer: Yes | Light: Yes | Gyroscope: Yes | Fingerprint: Yes
  • Memory- 32 GB Internal | 256 GB External | 4 GB RAM
  • Battery- 3300 mAh | Non-removable

Pros of Samsung Galaxy J7 Max

  • Phone has dedicated slot for MicroSD card (SIM 1 + SIM 2 + MicroSD).
  • OTG Cable is supported.
  • For instant payments, it supports Samsung Pay Mini.
  • There is LED flash also for the 13 MP front camera.
  • The phone also has a front-mounted quick Fingerprint scanner.
  • Memory can be expanded up to 256 GB with MicroSD card.

Cons of Samsung Galaxy J7 Max

  • It doesn't support NFC and IR Blaster. 
  • The battery is non-removable.
  • No Special protection for the Screen. 
  • No 4K and Slow-mo recording facility.
  • Doesn't support fast charging. 
  • The phone doesn't have USB Type-C slot.

Why to buy and Final words about Samsung Galaxy J7 Max:-

This is one of best Samsung phone available under Rs 20K. It has a pretty impressive metallic premium built, 5.7 inches Full HD display, 13 MP camera with f/1.7 aperture for good quality photography, 2.4 GHz octa-core processor that is quite smooth as it is coupled with 4 GB RAM, The battery is quite low in mAh scale but offers a decent backup. There are few downsides but these can be easily replaced by the other amazing features provided in the handset. For the alternate, you can also go with Lenovo P2, Motorola Moto M, and Gionee A1

3 comments:

  1. Phone is good and costly Bt very cheap quality earphones and it pains a lot no good sound I am unhappy with that

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  2. Phone futures and specifications is good, but Very Cheep Quality Earphones and sound is very bad.
    some times its working smoothly, Fingerprint sensor from purchased time to till date its working fine, (from 23/06/2017 to 05/07/2017) from 05/07/2017 on wards its fingerprint sensor takes impression scanning time is very high based on last usages. and so many unwanted apps installed directly with phone, these all are working in background mode and my internet package almost completes daily when i mentioned "uncheck the option disable for all apps.

    Major issue is, when you are using earphone for listing music or else, if on that time you received any call through earphone your voice, caller voice and Music voice listing in at a time.

    and if you are receive any calls, you loud speaker automatically on's, then after you manually stop that option and specks others (in All ways of attending a call)

    if received call you puts a ear, that screen is not offed automatically and if any information needs like contacts and others if you used through attending a call time, screen not showing light screen , its appears black screen showing.

    No silent method in unwanted calls / other calls mentioned in silence mode directly


    friends these all present i am facing problems in Samsung J7 MAX

    So please resolve this all problems as soon as possible

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