Samsung introduces Galaxy J5 Pro and J7 Pro series (2017) into Kenyan market

Samsung introduces Galaxy J5 Pro and J7 Pro series (2017) into Kenyan market

The Samsung Galaxy J Pro series: the J7 Pro and J5 Pro smartphones have started selling in the Kenyan market. The tech company confirmed in a statement issued earlier today that the new devices improve on previous J Series models with a more refined design, improved performance and enhanced cameras for “the ultimate user experience”. 

The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro

The new J Pro models feature a 2.5D glass and a full metal body for added style and durability. Additionally, with no camera protrusion, the back of the devices now feel smoother and more comfortable to carry and hold.

The Galaxy J7 Pro features a 5.5 inch full HD, super AMOLED display, 3GB of RAM, Octa core processor and a 3600mAh battery. Comparatively, the J5 Pro features a 5.2 inch HD, super AMOLED display, 2GB of RAM, Octa core processor and a 3000mAh battery.

"We integrated our unique approach to design as well as the features Galaxy customers have come to love to provide added performance without compromising on style."

Mr. Jung Hyun Park, Vice President and Managing Director, Samsung Electronics East Africa.

Both Models feature 13MP front and rear cameras with wide aperture F1.7 rear lens and F1.9 front lens respectively for enhanced photo detail and brighter photos in low light conditions. The J5 and J7 Pro models come with 16GB internal storage and a Micro SD expansion up to 256GB. For added security the new models also feature a Fingerprint sensor and secure folder feature to help users keep select files, multimedia and apps isolated in an encrypted space of the device memory.

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