Samsung's low to mid-end Galaxy J3, J5 and J7 phones from last year are only expected to receive official Android Oreo updates in late September in Turkey.
Samsung's refreshed Galaxy J3 and Galaxy J7 mid-range smartphones are set to go on sale in the US in "early June" at "affordable", undetailed prices.
Expected out sometime later this month in India and other emerging markets, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo doesn't look half bad on paper... for what we hope will be an ultra-affordable dual camera smartphone.
A low to mid-end Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo smartphone, carrying model number SM-J720F, is apparently in the pipeline with dual rear-facing cameras and a user-replaceable battery.
Hot on the Galaxy Note 8's heels, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Plus looks just about ready to go on sale in Asia with dual rear cams in tow.
Forget the S8+, Note 7 or even C10, as Samsung's first ever dual camera smartphone is reportedly headed to China under the confusing Galaxy J7 (2017) name.
Focused on "living in the moment" and sharing it instantly, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro and J7 Max look pretty good for their Indian prices.
The 2017 editions of the Samsung Galaxy J7, J5 and J3 are relatively affordable, surprisingly premium-looking and decently feature-packed.
The 2017 generation of the mid-range Samsung Galaxy J7 is still not technically out, but it's revealed in full, specs, design and all.
The specs are more than decent for an entry-level device at this point, if you happen to trust specs from a deprecated GFXBench page.
Two new Verizon budget phones have landed. The Galaxy J7 V represents an awaited arrival while the LG K20 V is the favored child.
It's probably no surprise that a Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017) looks imminent. But we didn't expect to see it benchmarked as a selfie-focused 4.8-incher.
We're probably less than two months away from the commercial US launches of the Samsung Galaxy J7 V and Galaxy Tab S3, as hinted by new renders.
To help with ambitious J-series sales goals this year, Samsung will allegedly release the Galaxy J7 (2017) across three important US carriers.
This year's Samsung Galaxy J7 should predictably run Android 7.0 Nougat out the box, also packing 2GB RAM and an octa-core Snapdragon 626 SoC.