Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) my come with Android 7.0 Nougat onboard

Nevertheless, the situation is slightly different on the back portion of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.

Sangkyu Lee, senior vice president of the Reliability Group, Mobile Communications Business at Samsung in a recent interview while explaining the safety standards implemented in the battery said the company has incorporated features and functions in the S8 that would provide real value for consumers.

As of now, Samsung has not made any announcements regarding the launch of this smartphone. Technically, this contract began a year ago since Google Play Music was the default music playback app on the Samsung Galaxy S7.

Industry watchers raised the specter that such a supply shortage may result in an awkward situation where the early buyers get their new Galaxy phones later than the customers who bought the new Samsung smartphones after the official April 21 release. The point is that Google Play Music becomes both the music playback application and the streaming music service that arrives on the Samsung Galaxy S8.

It is not clear why Samsung chose to opt for Google Play Music as the music platform that is preinstalled on your smartphone.

It was also mentioned that the Verizon will be plastering not one, but two logos on Android devices by Samsung to none. The basic Music player app for all Samsung devices isn't going away. As reported by Mashable, this partnership of Samsung and Google is to fully compete with Spotify, Apple Music, as well as Google's own video-sharing website, YouTube.

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