In order to celebrate the upcoming launch of the new Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, the Korean tech giant has launched a Galaxy S8 Pirates of the Caribbean special edition. The device in question, allegedly the Galaxy J7 Max, is expected to be priced somewhere around Rs 20,000 or less.
According to a report, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will also feature a dual-camera setup at the back, which is in line with previous rumours. Notably, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max will add support for making payments through Samsung Pay Mini. And, the latest leak from Slashleaks shows that Samsung will launch a new variant of the Galaxy J7 called the Galaxy J7 Max. The four large cores in this unit run at 2.45 GHz, with the four smaller cores delivering 1.9 GHz of processing power for background tasks.
The Silver colored version of the Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 from AT&T costs $179.99 outright but you can get it for just $6 per month if you agree to signup for the 30-month contract under AT&T's policy.
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A decent looking 5-inch display adorns the front area which sports a resolution of 1280×720 pixels. In terms of memory, the phone is backed by a 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, which can be further expanded up to 256GB via a dedicated microSD card slot. Though the Max in the title suggests a powerful battery, the leaked specifications show more the focus is on the camera front. Granted it's available only in Korea and the only things that actually differentiate it from the "normal" Galaxy S8 is the special Asiana theme and an Asiana logo on the boot screen.
New camera and audio functionality has also been built into the 835, and it promises to make a massive contribution to what should be an exciting Galaxy Note 8 release.