Amazon offers Samsung Galaxy J7 Dual-SIM LTE UNLOCKED post-Cyber Monday deal for $253

The Black Friday, Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday shopping season belongs to the past now, though, duly to Christmas being just around the corner, the deals spirit has been maintained throughout all major retailers.

Amazon, which offered the best deals during the aforementioned season, has the nifty mid-range Samsung Galaxy J7 (J700M), 16GB internal storage, factory unlocked, white color variant, available for only $253.49, ultimately saving you $46.50 from the original price, which was $299.99 – 12% off.

Free shipping all across the United States is included, though at the time of writing only four units are left in stock.

Samsung’s budget smartphone comes with Android 5.1 Lollipop straight out of the box – with TouchWIZ user interface on top -, while it sports a 5.5-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, with a resolution of 1720 x 1280 pixels (~267 ppi pixel density).

Underneath the hood, the J7 is powered by Exynos 7580, housing eight cores. each clocked at 1.5GHHz, coupled with Mali-T720MP2 GPU and 1.5GB of RAM. Internal storage is 16GB, expandable via microSD card up to a whopping 128 gigs.

Camera wise, the Galaxy J7  flaunts a primary sensor featuring 13 MP, 4128 x 3096 pixels, autofocus and an LED flash – 1080p@30fps video recording-, while the secondary shoots at 5MP and records 1080p video -LED flash also included.

Duly to primarily aiming towards emerging markets – such as India and China – the J7 comes with 4G LTE Dual-SIM support, which can definitely come in handy for US customers as well. If you don’t mind the rings and bells that 4G LTE connectivity is offering, then a more affordable Dual-SIM 3G installment is available on the online retailer for a discounted price too.

Did you pick up the said Samsung Galaxy J7 deal from Amazon? Let us know in the comments below. Moreover, if you are looking for more price drops on other tech toys, make sure to check out our respective page over at TechnologyNewsExtra/ Deals.


Staff writer at Technology News Extra.

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