The Galaxy J7 Prime is not necessarily a new smartphone, but it’s one that should be considered a good alternative to other Chinese mid-range handsets available in the United States.
Samsung’s mid-end smartphone was launched in China and made it to a few other Asian countries months ago, but this is the first time that it goes on sale in the United States.
As expected, it’s not part of any US carrier’s portfolio, but those interested in buying the Galaxy J7 Prime can find it at Amazon. Customers can purchase the black version of the smartphone for just $285 outright.
Obviously, the phone will not work on Sprint and Verizon networks, but if AT&T or T-Mobile are your chosen carriers, you will definitely be able to use the Galaxy J7 Prime on their networ… (read more)
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