Samsung has started pushing out a new update to its Galaxy J7 Prime smartphone. Currently hitting units in India, the update brings along Android Nougat OS (version 7.0). It carries a firmware version of G610FDDU1BQH9, and weighs in at 1143.09MB.
As you can see in the change-log above, the update includes new UX as well as improved quick settings and notifications. Other major changes include multi-window mode and Dual Messenger feature.
As is usually the case with OTA roll outs, it may take time for the update notification to pop-up on your device.
You dont have to manually update you phone you just have to wait till the update hit your country as you can see on those websites some regions are getting nougat Australia n New Zealand already have their nougat
Which doesn't make sense. Exynos 7870 can support Nougat. All variants of the J7 Prime has this chip. How is it not compatible? It even bypasses the requirements to updating to Android Nougat.
Why why why delayla