Rumors indicate that T-Mobile may be adding yet more android devices to its portfolio, as the likes of Samsung Galaxy J7 and LG K10 will be included in the next couple of weeks.
Both these phones are expected to be launched under the T-Mobile network on May 18. Even though the Galaxy J7 may not be a new model, it will certainly improve the line-up for the network. The Samsung Galaxy J7 came to the market in 2015, but the version on T-Mobile’s network will come with 2 GB of RAM instead of just 1.5 GB on the standard version. It also comes with android 6.0 marshmallow out-of-the-box.
These are the only major revisions compared to the standard variant, which has been on sale in several markets for quite a while. As a result, the 5.5-inch screen with 720p resolution will continue as expected. The Super AMOLED display technology will provide bright imaging and enhanced color reproduction. The rear camera is equipped with a 13-megapixel sensor and an LED flash. The front camera is a five-megapixel shooter with LED flash as well. The presence of flash support for the front camera is a major bonus when it comes to the selling points.
The phone has the ability to support additional storage on top of the 16 GB of internal memory. Support for 4G networks brings it in line with the latest technology, while a 3000 mAh battery looks to be sufficient for the massive screen on offer. At the heart of the device is the snapdragon 615 processor. The octa-core processor has the ability to handle the operating system with relative ease and it is clocked at 1.4 GHz.
The LG K10 offers a 5.3 inch display with the same 720p resolution. Some of the aspects of the device, though, may seem inferior especially in comparison with the Samsung Galaxy J7. This is especially true in the case of the 2200 mAh battery and an eight-megapixel rear camera. These are areas where the LG K10 loses out to the Galaxy J7, but T-Mobile is expected to price the LG product slightly lower than the Samsung Galaxy J7. Details about the pricing has not been revealed and should be available once the launch date approaches. Both phones are expected to be value for money offerings in the T-Mobile range.
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