A new leak on the press renders of the Samsung Galaxy J7 suggests that the 5.5-inch device will soon be announced in an official statement from the company.

The Galaxy J7 recently earned certification from the United States' FCC and China's Tenaa, which revealed a number of notable details about the unannounced device from Samsung.

The Galaxy J7 (2016) is purported to feature an HD Super AMOLED display with a pixel resolution of 1920 by 1080. Under the hood, the device will come equipped with the 1.6 GHz octa-core Exynos 7870 SoC, 3 GB of RAM, internal storage of 16 GB, ARM Mali-T830 GPU and a 3,300 mAh battery.

Camera buffs can also take advantage of the Galaxy J7's 13 MP rear camera and 5 MP front camera, which comes with an Advanced Mode for enhanced imaging experience. Just like its other siblings from the Galaxy J Series, the J7 model boasts a powerful camera that captures impressive shots even in low-light situations.

"You can choose from different image Modes to suit different occasions so that you get pictures that look more real," said Samsung.

Samsung also equipped the Galaxy J7 with microSD support for users who are keen on saving large files and media content on their devices. The extra space should be enough to keep up to 128 GB of storage. Other highlights include 4G LTE network connectivity and Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

"Browse seamlessly and save data while you stream videos, shop online or check out your favorite apps," said Samsung. "Ultra Data Saving compresses data and restricts background apps from consuming data. So that you get the most cost efficient 4G experience."

The Galaxy J7 is said to tip the scale at 5.82 ounces (165 grams) and will be available in gold and white color options.

The leaked press renders of the device show that the Galaxy J7 will initially be a China Mobile variant. Samsung has yet to officially announce the J7 and has yet to confirm if the model will be available in other territories. If last year's trend on the company's release of its J series is replicated, it is highly likely that the Galaxy J7 will also make it globally.

The new Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) is expected to retail at less than $300. Compared with last year's offering, which featured the device in a plastic build, the new Galaxy J7 is obviously a major upgrade now that it boasts a metal chassis.

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