Shadocx, 11 Jun 2017Same thing with my Xperia Z3 from 2014, it's stuck on Marshmallow since 2016, but atleast your... moreMy S5 has only the security update from January 2017 because it's already "modified" by me. :P No joking, but I've put my S5 scoring around 73k-74k in AnTuTu and it's a SM-G900F version. :)
insanejojo, 12 Jun 2017guys what is a J701, such a phone doesn't exist. the J7 2015 is known as J700. hope they haven... moreThe SM-J701 truly does exist. It is marketed under TMobile / MetroPCS combo flavors.
Look it up as SM-J701T. I believe it is a 'stop-gap' or a bridge between the 2015 model and the 2016 models.
SM-J701T is a 2Gb RAM offering instead of 1.5 of the 2015 model. It offers also a 3000mAh battery, NFC and OS version 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Powered by Samsung EXYNOS7580 Octo-core @ 1.5 Ghz chipset. GPU chipset: ARM Mali-T720. Resolution @ 720x1280. Fingerprint - on samsung release key.
Lastly the Graphics API = OpenGL ES 3.1 ..... which I am excited to hear that it meets Nougat update requirement.
My wife got d new update, seems there is a bug, when you press settings, it takes a while to open up, that's frustrating, when she had lollipop, it was normaly fast, but with marshmallows it slowed, so what to do?
I have one of the j7's 2015 model and need to say it is pretty robust device. Camera is the weak point but in terms of battery life, user experience it is fab phone.
Sonu4678, 12 Jun 2017OEMs should prioritize software support and focus on releasing strict no. of devices (looking ... morefor example Samsung cannot focus on releasing software update because of too much smartphone being released. same design with different specs..
guys what is a J701, such a phone doesn't exist. the J7 2015 is known as J700. hope they havent confused it with the J7 2016 which is J710.
mark, 12 Jun 2017this is where the problem starts.. too many OEMS but cannot guarantee software updates to the... moreOEMs should prioritize software support and focus on releasing strict no. of devices (looking at you Samsung). Google is also being lazy, providing only 2 year software support is not acceptable at all. They are a software giant for god sake.
AnonD-664474, 12 Jun 2017Jailbreak, as far as I know, only opens up the ability to do such customizations that Androids... moreLOl downgrading in IOS os is so easy as long as you have a back up on your old os....
AnonD-664474, 12 Jun 2017Jailbreak, as far as I know, only opens up the ability to do such customizations that Androids... morehey there..
can you guarantee that your android has great costumer support?
By the way the reason why we choose apple because we know in times of trouble apple is always there to give support whenever there is a bug.
my main reason why I sold my galaxy note 3 because lack of os support.. and Samsung doesn't care in fixing so much bugs in lollipop .. .
Sonu4678, 11 Jun 2017It's all because of the vast amount of devices and OEMs aren't exactly software based companie... morethis is where the problem starts.. too many OEMS but cannot guarantee software updates to their old devices..
AnonD-664474, 11 Jun 2017Oh, so what did your OS got that were just present on Androids?
You now have a File Manager? ... moreto android user before bashing IOS please fix your fragmentation problem first :)
And can you guarantee that your device will get os updates for the next 4 years?
laggdroids, 11 Jun 2017If you are not aware, you can jailbreak iOS thats similar to rooting Android :DJailbreak, as far as I know, only opens up the ability to do such customizations that Androids can do without root.
And it's far more complicated to switch to a different OS on iOS. EAP showed how hard it took him to downgrade from iOS 10 to iOS 1.
laggdroids, 11 Jun 2017Comon man, i can even do a jailbreak switch iOS versions, but getting the latest updated stock... moreAh I see you're running out of words to say and you basically admit it now.
Thanks for the very nice conversation with you and have a great day :D
Although this certificate is strange.
Samsung has not released any Galaxy J7 with the SM-J701 numbering.
Could it be that the correct one was SM-J710 and, for some reason, it was spelled wrong?
[deleted post]im sorry for my unprofessional statement, I just hate people comparing android to IOS, they're OS's that we enjoy using, everyone of us have different likes and dislikes, some people like IOS some like androids, can we just unite and push companies to innovate for the greater good