The 2017 model of the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime is anticipated by quite a large following. It seems that the previous iterations of this smartphone has drawn on Samsung’s fanbase and built up one of its own. It is safe to assume that like every other smartphone user base, this one is keen on having the best features possible and that means the latest operating system as well. As far as the OS goes, it looks like J7 Prime 2017 users will be covered as the handset is slated to make its debut featuring Google’s Android Nougat right out of the box.

How do we know this? The information was acquired through Tech Times, which confirmed the existence of a J7 Prime device on a benchmarking platform. The platform is Geekbench and according to the information form Tech Times, the device was using Android Nougat as the operating system.

If you’re interested in specific benchmarking details, the device was spotting scoring 889 on single core and 4200 on multi core. Those of you that aren’t very into benchmark stats have nothing to worry about and those that are should keep in mind that often times, the results of benchmarking do not accurately depict a phone’s performance in real life situations.

The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime 2017 will be offering a multitude of compelling features such as the AMOLED 5.5 inch display that uses a max resolution of 1920 x 1080. In the processing department we have either a Qualcomm or Exynoss solution, depending on what region each unit is sold in. There are 3 GB on board and an internal storage capacity of 16 GB. Other specifications include a camera combo of 13 MP on the rear side and 5 MP on the front, and a 3000 mAh battery.

The addition of Android Nougat into the mix will prove to be a valuable asset as not only will it increase the performance of the device, but also its market value on opening day since it promises to bypass a lot of the waiting time other devices have went through until obtaining the firmware.

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