- Battery life
- Lack of Gyro and Notification light
- Seems overpriced for the specs
Design is a classic Samsung device, nothing specially decent build quality and bezels and overall device feels quite good in hands but not very premimum. Lack Gyro and LED notification is a starge ommision to cut costs and makes the device almost unusable with VR and LED notification is quite an usefull feature to be left out.
The phone has a 5.5 inch Super Amoled display. The viewing angles are great and the display is bright allowing easy usage in bright conditions.
Its great to see samsung use the Super Amoled panels in their new mid range devices.
The Samsung Galaxy A7 2016 is powered by 1.5 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 615, which is powering lot of other mid range devices in 2015. Unlike most other devices which use the 615 chip there are no major heating issues in the Galaxy j7 thanks to mostly the 720p screen instead of a full HD. The phone handles anything you throw at it without too much trouble and handles most games quite well and performance is quite great for this price range.
The 3000 mAh battery on the Galaxy j7 ensures great battery life and will last a full day easily even for some of the heavy users. Device charges considerably fast and battery life is not really a concern on the device.
The Camera on the device is 13 Megapixel camera on the back and 5 Mp on the back both of which are moderate but atm there are devices with better cameras in the market at similar price points. Device does take decent shots in well light situations and lags behind as the light reduces which is expected in a device at this price point.
The Device runs their own latest Samsung Touchwiz skin on top of Android.
Devices with most features of touchwiz but performance is quite subpar thanks to the under powered chipset and there is really nothing specially or good that we can talk about.