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Samsung Galaxy Wide 2 launched in South Korea; Could be launched as Galaxy J7 internationally

Samsung Galaxy Wide 2 has been launched in Korea. The phone will come with a 5.5-inch touchscreen and will carry a resolution of 720×1280 pixels. Samsung has added a 1.5 Ghz processor into the phone, and it will come with a 1.5GB of RAM. There will be a 16GB of internal storage and can be expanded to 256GB via Micro SD card.

The phone is the successor of Galaxy Wide and will be launched globally in the name of Galaxy J7 as per reports by PhoneArena. Regarding design, the phone looks similar to render images of J7 which were published in March. Specifications are also akin to the leaks.
There will be a rear camera of 13MP with f/1.9 aperture and a front camera of 5MP. As per the reports, it will carry Android 7.0 Nougat.

The handset will carry dimensions of 151.5 x 76.4 x 8.6 mm. The battery of the device will be of 3300 mAh, and the phone will weigh around 170 grams. Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) is one of the most widely awaited Smartphones in the international market. Samsung, which is still trying to recover from the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, has J series as one of the few bright spots.

Fierce Competition

All the phones of Galaxy J series have enjoyed a lot of success in the international market. They have been well powered and have good looks. Galaxy Wide 2 looks a touch short regarding specifications considering that the mid-range market is already vicious. In the international market, the phone will be taking on Xiaomi Mi Max, Oppo F3, and Vivo V5s which all carry better specification than Galaxy Wide 2.

Samsung has launched Galaxy Wide 2 with a tag of KRW 297,000 which is around $265. The phone is currently carrying massive discount in South Korea. At present, the phone is selling at about KRW 100,000 post discounts which is about $90.

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