Samsung generally never belonged to the pattern of device updates, but the latest example is quite strange. On the one hand – the waiting time for the new Android exceeds any standards, and on the other – only a few expected the update of this particular device.
Reading about relatively quick updates of Nokia's smartphones or listening to new news in this context from Huawei I always wonder how it is that the smaller can, and the largest manufacturer of mobile devices in the world all the time, somehow, downplays the problem of having to update their smartphones for newer views of the Android system. This is quite an embarrassing issue, although this time the case is quite original.
Update two years from the premiere … on Android Oreo
Bearing in mind the fact that for Koreans, the best situation would be to abandon support for their smartphones for a maximum of one year, it is somewhat surprising that any update has had a more than two-year model. Samsung has begun the process of updating the Galaxy J7 Prime model , and thus one of the cheapest equipment from this manufacturer, which we can find on the market. He is far from an outstanding individual, especially through the use of the free Exynos 7870, but the fact that the company is trying to update the device from September 2016 is undoubtedly worth attention.It is a pity, however, that the rest of the issues related to this action is not entirely sensible. It should be remembered that Android Oreo debuted in August last year, so less than a year and a half ago, and in addition meanwhile another distribution of this system has arrived . On the one hand, you can say "better late than never", on the other – "gentlemen, you have ignition." A version to choose from, depending on the degree of worship of the Korean tycoon. A rather humorous accent is the fact that the update really weighs a lot, because 1040 MB . Theoretically, this should not be a problem, after all, modern smartphones offer 64 GB and more data space. In the case of the J7 Prime model, the case looks a bit different, because it is equipped with barely 16 GB of memory, so if you have supplied some useful applications, you can wait for a quick memory cleaning when updating . Oh, such a humorous element. source