Having launched its first dual-camera smartphone, Samsung is now planning to bring the feature to the mid-range, says a report by Etnews. The company is reportedly working on a mid-range dual-camera smartphone already. Though Etnews doesn’t explicitly specify it, the device should be the Samsung Galaxy J7 Plus, that leaked recently.
That would also be in line with Samsung’s strategy in the mid-range recently. The company has been focusing on the camera in its J-series devices. In our review, we found that the Galaxy J7 Max had a good camera, while the company itself promoted the camera prowess of the Galaxy On Max. The same was also corroborated when we reviewed the device. Samsung has also been quietly flooding the mid-ranged market with above-average features, and a dual-camera would be the way to go against Chinese brands.
There are no details on the pricing or availability of the Galaxy J7 Plus right now, but it should cost you less than Rs. 20,000. The company usually focuses the J-series phones on markets like India, so it should be a matter of time till it makes it here.
Of course, Samsung’s focus for the time being would be on bringing the Galaxy Note 8 to India. The device is expected to arrive in India during the second half of September, and is supposedly priced at around Rs. 70,000. Samsung is going to start selling it in select global markets from September 15.