One of the most “bang for the buck” devices in the market are from Samsung’s mid-ranger the Galaxy J7 Prime, an upgraded version of 2016’s Galaxy J7 series so much of an upgrade that Samsung decided to change one of the most obvious feature on their then J series devices the design. Apart from it, the Galaxy J7 Prime like all other sub-categorized Prime series handset offers a few updated hardware while maintaining the same budget-friendly price.
The Galaxy J7 Prime comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow when it came out late of last year and stayed that way ever since. However, our sources revealed a brighter future for the handset as it have just show the Galaxy J7 Prime being tested with Android Nougat installed. The test unit was spotted through GFXBench which now becomes the prime indicator of an impending software upgrade that is not anticipated to become officially available in the next few months.
As Android 7.0 Nougat operating system itself will bring a lot of new features and enhancements, the new software upgrade might also bring the new Samsung Experience UI into the mid-ranger, however, that possibility brought some mix speculations which could suggests that Samsung might have to stick with their current TouchWiz interface to the Galaxy J7 Prime or would they give the company’s top mid-range handset the same premium user experience found on Samsung’s flagship devices the Galaxy S8 and the recently announced Galaxy Note FE.
We’ll be keeping tabs on this development, so stay tuned for more.