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Samsung is carrying forward this legacy by introducing revolutionary Samsung Pay and Social Camera on new devices Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro. Both the smart phones sport a 13MP front camera with an f1.9 lens and back camera (flat back in Galaxy J7 Pro) with an f1.7 lens, and flash, features that were till now available only in Samsung's flagship phones.
Social camera which is the latest innovation, brings to the customers a new way of using their Smartphone camera by instant sharing, editing and discovery.
"Samsung J series holds leadership position in the mass-mid segment Smartphone market and continues to witness a healthy demand from Indian customers. At Samsung, we listen to our consumers and bring out meaningful innovations that help enhance people's lives," said Director Mobile Business Samsung India, Sumit Walia.
"Considering the increasing market demand in the mid segment, we have launched two new models, Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro. The superior specifications along with disruptive innovations of Samsung Pay and Social Camera on these devices will further consolidate our leadership position," added Walia.
Samsung Pay users can turn their Samsung smartphone into a wallet and storing credit and debit cards. Through Samsung Pay, users can also use Paytm as well as the government's Unified Payments Interface (UPI) and pay on the go by just tapping the phone on the Point of Sale (PoS) machine.
Galaxy J7 Max and Galaxy J7 Pro will be offered to consumers at a price of Rs.17,900 and Rs.20,900, respectively in black and gold.
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