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There surely is enough reason to get confused about when it comes to making a choice among the latest smartphones to hit the market, namely the Redmi Note 3, Galaxy J7 and J5. To determine which device packs more punch, here are some notable features of each.

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 3

Highlighting 2016 is the release of the Redmi Note 3 by Xiaomi after launching it in the previous year. It is the first phone from that same manufacturer having been designed with full metal body. It is also their first phone that forays fingerprint scanning technology. That being said, it also has a brilliant display of 5.5 inches at a price range that will definitely make everyone happy.

Despite the fact that it is very affordable, its camera has some issues regarding overexposure of shots and its removable battery feature is no longer available that was present from the previous model. Nevertheless, this has been the leading choice of phone buyers that are well on a budget. This is not only due to the enormous 32GB storage space that it has, but probably to the remarkable 4,000mAh battery.

Samsung Galaxy J7 and Galaxy J5

In comparison with the Redmi Note 3, both the Galaxy J7 and J5 have also been designed with focus on the budget. Likewise, these gadgets have a nice set of specifications that should look like a decent buy.

Build and Design

Both have been described as ideally-crafted devices that can be purchased even on a tight budget. Identically, they have the same home button at the front panel’s bottom, while the power buttons and volume rockers are situated in symmetry that should feel comfortable in the hand. Although the J5 weighs a bit lighter than the J7, the latter is a bit thinner than the former.

Quality of Display

In terms of display quality, the J7 and J5 are surely the winners as they pack a brilliant viewing feature of their TFT capacitive touch screens. The J5 has a 5-inch Super AMOLED display while the J7 comes bigger with a 5.5-inch display. Also, the J5 has a pixel density of 294ppi which is actually higher than the J7 having only 267ppi. However, both offer great visuals from such a budget-friendly range.

Software and Hardware

Both of these devices run with the latest Android version 5.1 Lollipop, with the improved avatar and TouchWiz interface. At the same time, the J5 comes with the quad-core Snapdragon and clocked at 1.2GHz, while the J7 is clocked at 1.5GHz octa-core Exynos, while the RAM of both devices come at 1.5GB.

Storage and Camera

These two devices come with 16GB internal memory and expandable by up to 128GB through the external microSD card. Identically, these devices have 13-MP rear and 5-MP front-facing cameras, which should provide high quality images even in low-lighting or day-light conditions.

If you should pick any of these devices, namely the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3, Galaxy J7 and J5, you should be a sure winner. After all, it is always up to you to decide which one makes more sense!