GovindRoobs, 16 Jan 2018It should at least be Nougat.No one should launch a phone with marshmallow in 2018.And, in fact, the version of Android present in it is 7.1.1.
Of course, it should be 8.1.0 Oreo at that time.
But it's better than the last version of its predecessor (Galaxy On7 (2016), also known as Galaxy On Nxt or even Galaxy J7 Prime): 7.0 Nougat.
Obi Wan Kenobi, 16 Jan 2018Found a difference - The icons on hardware buttons are new.This is rare in Value Edition models (if you do not understand, the Galaxy On7 Prime is a new edition of Galaxy On7 (2016), or if you prefer, Galaxy J7 Prime).
Generally Value Edition models change something inside (processor, in most cases), but the look is exactly the same as the predecessor.
The only ones that also had a small change in the capacitive buttons in the Value Edition were Galaxy Pocket Neo and Galaxy S4 Mini.
Not worth buying. Its still using old chip exynos 7870 which was launched back in 2016.
Seems to be it is samsung galaxy on nxt with 4gb ram.Rest are same.
Hell no. Samsung you have to up your game. Reduce those bezels.
It should at least be Nougat.No one should launch a phone with marshmallow in 2018.
Found a difference - The icons on hardware buttons are new.
They keep on selling the same phone with a different name and my fcking j7 prime still dont have a fcking nougat update
Shouldn't be too expensive. Rest all is good just that I can't rely on exynos processor's performance.