Just a few days ago, images of the "Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017)" leaked, and reports claim that it could hit US shores. More recently, reports claim that the Samsung's upcoming phone will be distributed to American customers by AT&T, Verizon, and US Cellular.

According to Android Headlines, famous tipster Evan Blass announced this report. "Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017)" will be released pretty soon, and as a matter of fact, it has leaked a lot of times during the past few weeks. Other carriers may also choose to follow suit in the future.

GSM Arena reported that the "Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017)" has already been cleared by the  U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification, and it has a device ID of SM-J727. The 2017 version of "Samsung Galaxy J7" was said to be seen at GeekBench running on the latest version of Android, Nougat.

The FCC listing did not reveal a lot, but leaked reports say that the new phone sports a 5.5 inch AMOLED screen, a Snapdragon 625 CPU with an embedded 64-bit octa-core CPU clocked at 2.2GHz. and 3 GB RAM. It's going to have a 13 MP main camera and a 5 MP front one, some sources claim, and battery is said to be a 3000 mAh one and it might have an internal storage of 16 GB.

Other features the "Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017)" is said to have are 1920 by 1080 pixels resolution, and again, it will run Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. The "Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017)" has reportedly been imported to India recently for testing purposes, based on a listing on the country's import and export tracking website Zauba.

Samsung is expected to release their mid-range device globally, although no specific date has been announced yet. The company is said to be aiming a 100 million units in sales for their Galaxy J-series. Fans are expecting to see the phone at next month's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, where the "Galaxy S8" is also expected to be launched.