The US may have not seen some of the best midrange phones that companies launch in Asian markets. However, just recently, the country has been among the lucky locations to get its hands on Samsung's popular midrange phone - the Galaxy J7 Prime. Apparently, Amazon US is now selling the J7 Prime at a reasonable price.
Galaxy J7 Prime Now In Amazon
According to Phone Arena, the J7 Prime is now in Amazon for a good price of $295. This model is compatible with T-Mobile and AT&T. However, it doesn't work with Sprint and Verizon. Do take note that this US-sold J7 Prime is only available in one color which is black. Needless to say, the availability of this smartphone may be limited so if you've been awaiting this device for some time, you should grab it now before it runs out.
As to matters regarding the phone's warranty, there is a good chance that it has a US product warranty. Since it is being sold by Amazon, it's almost certain that the company is responsible for the device's warranty for US based buyers. Nevertheless, interested buyers of the J7 Prime should contact Amazon for clarifications.
Galaxy J7 Prime Specs
This affordable Samsung phone is powered by Exynos 7870 and comes with a 1080p 5.5 inch display, GSM Arena reported. It has 32 GB storage, a microSD slot and 3 GB worth of RAM as well. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime then has a 3300 mAh battery and a fingerprint scanner. It also has a 13 MP rear and an 8 MP front camera. Overall, the J7 Prime is among Samsung's most popular midrange phones of 2016. It may not be as premium looking as the Galaxy S or the Galaxy Note series but it does deliver a good job in being a competitive smartphone. It has great internal specs, great cameras, sufficient battery and a fingerprint scanner, so it is pretty much an overall quality device.