Samsung Galaxy J7 is a very famous model among Nepali and Indian consumers since the launch. It is very popular among people who love big screen, quality display and fast performance. The company revised both Galaxy J7 and J5 as 2016 models and they have again refreshed them again as Prime models. There are new improvements and changes every time to provide customers with best features.
We have already compared all the predecessor phones with the new one. Our J (2016) series vs J Prime series comparison includes all the differences between new and old models. J7 Prime is a brother on steroids. It feels and looks more premium due to the metal body Gorilla Glass protection. The M.R.P. of Galaxy J7 Prime in Nepal is Rs 29490.
Underneath the 5.5” Full HD 1080p display at 401 ppi pixel density, there is an Exynos 7870 octa core processor. It is clocked at 1.6 GHz and paired with Mali-T830MP2 graphics unit. We get 3 GB RAM and 16 GB built in memory. Latest J7 supports micro SD card up to 256 GB. There are dedicated slots for two SIM cards and memory card.
Samsung has done a neat design change and placed the speaker at different position. The speaker is now at the right side above the power button. People are saying that the speaker is clear and better also. It is running the Android Marshmallow OS with new UI with very less bloatware. It is being said that, this phone might receive the Grace UI with the new update.
Galaxy J7 prime will surely receive Android 7.0 Nougat. The camera has also been improved in this new update. We have same 13 MP camera at the back but there is 8 MP camera at front. Both cameras are capable of recording 1080p videos at 30 fps. They provide very high resolution, crispy, vibrant images. It has OTG, 4G LTE, WiFi Direct and Finger print sensor at front.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime boasts a 3300 mAh battery which is impressive. It holds powerful processing core and an efficient system. There are lots of improvements and polish in this new edition. They have created a good mid range phone with high class quality. The only thumbs down is dropping of OLED display.
TFT screen is a really good but it can’t match the quality of Super AMLOED. Samsung missed by a small step here again. OLED display could have made it a perfect successor over its older brother. Anyway, this phone is a really good option and a challenger to Galaxy On8.