by Jerah May Rivera
Do you hate blurred images and extreme contrast in photographs taken at night?
Samsung has the answer to your prayers as it launched the Galaxy J7 Pro highlighting low-light capturing capability in the Capture the Night event, July 4, at the Solaire Grand Ballroom Resort and Casino.
With so many mid-range smartphones everywhere, Andrea Wong, Samsung Galaxy Product Manager, said Samsung decided to “break away from status quo” by improving the weakest feature of smartphones which is capturing photos during night time.
“J7 pro is designed to be different, a standout among all mid-range smartphones that are starting to look the same, feel the same as they offer the same stories over and over again,” she said.
J7 pros are night friendly. They offer great night camera with F1.7 rear- lens aperture that allows users to capture sharp, vibrant memories even in low-light making already vibrant photos even more captivating.
To prove that J7 Pro cameras produce vibrant photos of better clarity and sharpness even in low-light, Marketing Head for IT and Mobile, Nio Judalena presented Instagram accounts. These consist of photographs captured in Manila using J7 pro camera in night mode by different photographers with an eye for night photography.
As you visit IG account of Aaron Quinto, Elena Ortega , JC Giluidon and Reynell Fernandez, you can also conclude that the photos are really clear and captivating compared to the usual grainy photos using smartphones. The photos don’t have image noise and look like they were taken by a DSLR camera.
Another big-time feature of J7 pro are Full HD Super AMOLED Display that allows a view of dazzling content. The screen displays high resolution 13 megapixels. The front camera, with front flash and F1.9 aperture produces astonishing selfies.
As part of their promotion, Samsung introduced Liza Soberano as brand ambassador for the Galaxy J7 Pro in the Philippines through a surprise onstage song and dance performance of her first ever Solo pop song “Capture the night” that will also be released in a music video.
Liza said shooting the music video was really fun given that singing and dancing are actually something that she’s passionate about. When asked about her favorite Galaxy J7 Pro feature, she said, “great night camera, premium display and teleperformance.”
Bamboo fired up the event even more by performing songs, entertaining audience and showing his rock-star charisma leaving the audience entertained until the end of the night.
President and CEO of Samsung Philippines Kevin Lee expressed gratitude to everyone who celebrated with them and the people who worked so hard for Galaxy J7 Pro telling everyone to always “Capture the night.”
Galaxy J7 Pro smartphone is a mid-range device with 3GB RAM, 13MP rear and front camera, and 1.6GHz Samsung Exynos 7870 octa-core CPU priced at P15,990 and available in three different colors: Black, Gold, and Silver Blue.
You can pre-order the device until July 9. The pre-order bundle comes with a Samsung Scoop Bluetooth speaker.