Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) with 3,300mAh battery certified by FCC

The Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) has been given the OK by the FCC (after it was certified by the Bluetooth SIG). This certification puts the battery capacity at 3,300mAh – a nice 300mAh bump from the original (and it also disproves the 4,300mAh claim).

The phone has been benchmarked a couple of times, both in Snapdragon and Exynos flavors. The Exynos model will be the new 7870 Octa, based on Cortex-A53 and Mali-T830 and built on 14nm.

The Snapdragon model is less clear – GFX Bench detected Snapdragon 615 (same as the original model), but kernel patches suggested a newer Snapdragon 650 (with Cortex-A72 cores), a better match for the Exynos.

Even the amount of RAM is unclear – it goes from double (3GB) to a bit more (2GB), compared to the original J7.

Anyway, it’s pretty certain that the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) will increase the Super AMOLED resolution to 1080p and you’ll get a 13MP/1080p camera. Note that the device the FCC tested, SM-J7109, is a dual-SIM model headed for China.

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