Not content with officially announcing ing its newest flagship phablet offering, the Galaxy Note 8, around a couple of weeks ago, Samsung has also taken the opportunity to debut the Galaxy J7 Plus, albeit in Thailand for now. Basically, the new Galaxy J7 Plus comes with a dual camera configuration (which makes it the second Galaxy model to sport twin cameras on the rear side), a 5.5 inch display screen, and a price of about $390.
While it is true that Samsung’s Galaxy J lineup of smartphone devices are not as widely known compared to its Galaxy S or Galaxy Note series, the South Korean phone maker is diligent in regularly updating this range of handsets every year. Indeed, the biggest smartphone vendor in the world has already launched the Galaxy J3 a month ago in the United States mobile market. This time around though, it is officially introducing the Galaxy J7 and the Galaxy J5.
As a countermove to Verizon Wireless’ announcement of new plans the previous week, T-Mobile has decided to tether the cost of a new smartphone with a line of service, and is offering this deal to new and current subscribers of its Simple Choice plans.
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