Today we are going to make a comparison that at least in terms of prices has nothing to do with it. Because if we are to the case when we talk about Samsung A8 we find a quite expensive mobile if we are to compare it with the Samsung J7, a much better known device, more popular and with a more adjusted price. The issue is Are they too different? Is the A8 worth overpaying? We will see it in the next article.
Features Samsung Galaxy A8
We start with the most expensive of them, the least known which has dimensions of 156.6 x 76.8 x 7.2 mm and weighs 182 grams. The design of the same is actually similar to all Samsung if we are to the case. The point is that it varies with the theme of construction materials since its body is completely metallic, which obviously makes it much more resistant.
If we are going to see the internal part a little more in detail, we find an eight-core processor, accompanied by 3 GB of RAM with a Mali-T760MP8 GPU graphics card, which means that it won’t slow you down at any time and even the heaviest games will run quite smoothly.
The rear camera is a delight because it is 16 MP and it takes pictures in impressive quality even in the dark, as for the front it is 8 MP and can record in 1080p which means that both cameras serve in a magnificent way.
It comes with an internal storage of 32 GB, although we can expand this with microSD obviously up to 256 GB.
The 3300 mAh battery but unfortunately it cannot be removed, something that does not convince us.
Specifications Samsung Galaxy J7
This phone it is lighter and smaller than the A8, with dimensions of 151.7 x 76 x 7.8 mm and a weight of 170 grams, it is lighter and smaller because it also changes the quality of its materials, being that it is basically all plastic, something that also makes it cheaper obviously.
The processor is eight-core at 1.6 GHz, but with 2 GB of RAM which makes it inferior to the Galaxy A8 and that extra GB of RAM that the A8 has is very noticeable in games.
The J7 in terms of space only has a 16 GB version, which generally ends up leaving us with very little space, although a 256 GB microSD can be added.
The rear camera is 13 MP while the front is 5 MP, as you are seeing is inferior to the Galaxy A8.
The mobile battery is 3300 mAh, although in the J7 it lasts longer because it has a lower quality screen and has less hardware.