Samsung Galaxy J7 Aura review:
With this phone, the Korean giant demonstrates that it doesn't have to spend a fortune to offer a dual-camera option. Moreover, this is also one of the few phones in the mid-range that offers such a feature.
Compared to the Galaxy Note 8, this phone's camera performance isn't great, but it does the job for people who are looking for a dual-camera option at a lower price point. It also has some nice software features, including a theme store and Samsung Pass.
It's also worth noting that this phone comes with a fingerprint scanner. It's located on the home button and it can be used to unlock the phone, open Secure Folder, and log in to websites using Samsung's browser. The fingerprint sensor is fast and reliable, but I wish it had the ability to scan passwords as well.
The 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display on this phone looks great. Its colors are vivid and it can be read in direct sunlight. This is the same display that is on Samsung's flagships, so it's a big plus for this handset.
Under the hood is an octa-core Exynos 7870 processor combined with 3GB of RAM. This is a fairly powerful chipset for this price range, but it doesn't provide the best performance when browsing or playing games.