On a glance, these two phones Samsung Galaxy J3 Orbit and Galaxy J7 Sky Pro look almost identical. They have a similar design, square shape in black color. But each is different in their own way. First, J3 Orbit is released under Verizon network while J7 Sky Pro is sold by T-Mobile.
Galaxy J7 Sky Pro is a year older, being launched in 2017. Thus when comparing the two, Sky Pro has some disadvantages. One of them is the Android version. While J3 Orbit comes with the newer Android 8.0 Oreo, J7 Sky Pro still sticks to the previous year’s Nougat.
But J7 Sky Pro still have plenty of advantages. The first being screen size. At 5.5 inches, J7 Sky Pro provides more space for users to browse apps or play video games. J3 Orbit has only 1 5-inch display screen. But since both phones have a similar resolution (720 x 1280 pixels), J3 Orbit has slightly more pixel density, which means the color output is sharper.
J7 Sky Pro also still unbeaten in terms of performance. Using 2 GHz Octa-core CPU and GPU from snapdragon, the phone remains ahead of J3 Orbit despite being the older model. J3 Orbit uses a Samsung in-house chipset, consisting of 1.35 GHz Octa-Core and a Mali GPU.
Comparing their batteries, Sky Pro is still ahead of J3 Orbit. It has a significantly larger capacity at 3300 mAh, compared to Orbit’s 2600 mAH. The large capacity means Sky Pro lasts longer than J3 Orbit.
Other than that, the two phones don’t share striking differences. Both have GPS, Bluetooth, and supports 4G LTE. They share a similar rear camera, an 8-MP shooter in the back with LED. However, there’s a slight difference in the front-facing camera. Orbit features a 5-MP camera while Sky Pro only has a 2-MP one.