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SAMSUNG GALAXY J5 PRO User Review – Camera, Battery, Screen Size, Specifications and Features

Launched in June 2017, the Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro is one of the most recent smart phones in a line that has raised great interest among users since it is an improvement over the original J5 phone.

This mid-range device is presented in aluminum body with dimensions at 146.2 x 71.3 x 8 mm and a weight of 160 grams. The screen featured in this product is Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen with a size of 5.2 inches, a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels, implying a density of 320 dpi and protected with Corning Gorilla Glass.

The J5 Pro carries the Android 7.0.1 (Nougat) version and a 16GB internal memory with a 2GB RAM. The memory can be expanded up to 256GB by an external microSD. It is a Dual SIM card holder, with slots for two Nano-SIMs cards. And it works perfectly on the 4G band in several parts of the world, like Spain and India.

The phone is equipped with a frontal and a rear camera, both at 13MP range. The primary camera comes with a f/19, autofocus and a LED flash for great selfies and the rear one has also a f/19 and it proves to be a great tool for great and precise shots. The device reproduces and record videos in the 1080p range at 30fps, which allows watching high quality videos from your phone and the web. Additionally, the camera comes with several features ideal for the photo aficionado such as face detection, panorama mode and High Dynamic Range (HDR) images.

A 1.6 HHz Octacore Exynos 7870 and a Mali T830 graphics processors ensures the device to run smoothly with even the most memory demanding applications without showing any lag in its performance.

The cellphone is provided with a non-removable Li-ion battery of 3000 mAh, which is a hard pill to swallow at the moment of the battery damage. Charging it completely will take approximately from one to two hours and it will provide a usage of 9-10 hours for talk time and in standby mode will last 19 hours at least.

It is a highly effective phone in terms of connection, photo shooting and video recording and reproduction, but the price seems to be at the highest level for a mid-range smart phone. But if you love the previous J5 version, this one is going to be a great choice to pick.

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