Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime, first glimpse of Galaxy J7 Prime

Samsung's Galaxy J series smartphones have been taken over by Indian customers. The company reported a 10.9 per cent growth in the previous quarter. According to IDC data, due to the updated versions of the Galaxy J2, J5 and J7 smartphones in the second quarter of this year Samsung The phone sold more. To capitalize on the series' popularity, the South Korean company has launched two new smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime and the Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime.

The design of both new smartphones is the same. They are equipped with fingerprint sensor and will come with full-metal body. The company has been vigorously promoting about the smart feature S Power Planning and S Secure specifically made for India. During the launch event, we spent some time with the new Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime and Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime. How did we get these smartphones at first glance? Let us tell you.

Galaxy j7 prime And before we talk about the specification of J5 Prime, we tell you about S Power Planning and S Secure Feature. These have been made keeping in mind the Indian customers. The S Power Planning feature has been made part of a handset for the first time. It seems that through this the company is trying to benefit young customers.


There are three features in S power planning. Reserve battery for phone calls, this feature reserves some part of the battery for calls and messages. Three power saving levels are given in Extend Battery Time. With the help of forward call, the user will be able to forward all the calls to a specified number of days in case the battery runs out. Extend battery time will give the user twice the battery life than normal time. Samsung representative says that to do this many background activities in the phone will be shut down. S power planning can prove useful in common use. Because we often forget to charge the phone due to being busy.


Another new feature is S Secure which deals with security and privacy. It comes with the option to lock and hide the app. We have also seen the Secure Folder feature in the Galaxy Note 7.

Samsung has also given S bike mode in both smartphones. The S Bike Mode was first launched with the Galaxy J3 (6). For the convenience of the user, Samsung has put S Power Planning, S Secure and S Bike Mode toggles in the Quick Settings panel.


The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime and J5 Prime with metal body give a feeling of being strong. Apart from this, both phones also give the experience of being more weighty in terms of their design. The J7 Prime weighs 167 grams and the J5 Prime weighs 143 grams. The front panel of both the phones is equipped with 2.5D round-edge Corning Gorilla Glass which gives it a premium look. The home button is present between the recent and back capacitive buttons. Both phones have integrated fingerprint scanners in the home button. Both phones have power buttons on the right and volume buttons on the left. The 3.5mm audio jack and microUSB charging port are present at the bottom of the phone. The company's logo is present in the upper part of the display of both phones. Due to the curved edges we did not have trouble holding these phones in our hands.


Apart from the LED flash and primary camera, nothing worth noting has been given on the rear of the phone.

Galaxy j7 prime and Galaxy j5 prime There is Android 6.0 Marshmallow on top of which Samsung's TouchWiz skin has been used. Both models will have Microsoft's pre-installed apps installed. If the user wishes, they will be able to remove those apps. Dialers, contacts, messages and browser icons will appear at the bottom of the display.


The Galaxy J7 Prime has a 5.5-inch full-HD (1080×1920 pixels) IPS display equipped with 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass protection. This handset has 3 GB RAM with 1.6 GHz octa-core processor. The screen was bright and crisp. Even under the direct light of the sun, we did not have any problem in reading anything on the screen.

The Galaxy J5 Prime has a 5-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) IPS display with 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass protection above it. It is equipped with 2 GB RAM with a 1.4 GHz quad-core processor. The J5 Prime's display is vibrant and bright. According to us, the screen of J7 Prime is better. Both phones support dual-sim.


In the limited time spent with the Galaxy J7 Prime and J5 Prime, we found that both phones gave good response to the touch input. The phone worked fast even during multitasking. We will be able to tell about the performance of Samsung's new Galaxy J7 Prime and J5 Prime in detail during the review itself.

The Galaxy J7 Prime has a 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash. Its lens is F / 1.9 aperture. It also has an 8 megapixel front camera. After using the camera, we found that J7 Prime took crisp pictures in indoor lighting. The front camera took a good selfie. The Galaxy J5 Prime also has a 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash. Its lens is F / 1.9 aperture. However, the sensor of its front camera is 5 megapixels. We found that the photos the J5 Prime took under artificial light were very crisp. However, we found complaints of blur on the edges of the photos. The front camera took decent pictures. Once again we will tell you that to know the performance of the camera, you will have to wait for the review of Galaxy J7 Prime and J5 Prime.


Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime and Galaxy J5 Prime have been launched for Rs 18,790 and 14,790 respectively. The Galaxy J7 Prime has been made available in India while the Galaxy J5 Prime sale will start by the end of the month.

At this price, the new Galaxy J7 Prime and Galaxy J5 Prime will compete with popular handsets like Moto G4 Plus, Nextbit Robin and Lenovo Vibe X3.


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