Sprint and AT&T will Launch Samsung Galaxy J3 in US

by | Samsung Galaxy J5 | December 7th, 2015

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Mobile phone Samsung Galaxy J3 was initially launched in the China market. Now it will be released by Samsung in the USA and will be available with Sprint and AT&T carriers. Initially, the prices were not known as the cell phone just appeared on the company website.

Samsung Galaxy J3

It is now revealed that the mobile phone will not cost more than $200. Hence, it is highly probable that Sprint and AT&T will sell Galaxy J3 with a prepaid plan. It will definitely prove as a good choice for the customers at such great prices. Newsrooms also bring to notice that Galaxy J3 will be offered by Sprint and AT&T on contract.

Samsung Galaxy J3 Gold

Samsung Galaxy J3 is estimated to come with Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system and not Android 6.0 Marshmallow, as this is a relatively cheap phone. Galaxy J3 consists of a processor of Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 with RAM of 1.5GB and memory of 16GB, expandable to 64GB. This is about the US version of Galaxy J3, unlike the Chinese version which has 8GB storage only.

The Samsung Galaxy J3 would have 5-MP back camera and 2-MP camera in the front, with an inside battery of 2,600 mAh. It has 4G LTE support and display touch screen is 5-inches Super AMOLED capacitive which supports resolution of HD (720p).

Samsung had launched the J1 model, the first model from J family in February 2015. This J segment phones by Samsung are created specially to target average income group that can’t afford luxurious mobile phones. Unlike J1 model of Samsung Galaxy, Galaxy J3 comes in gold colour, the display is bigger and specs quality is higher and sharper. There are a lot of other differences between J1 and J3 phones of Samsung which show that J3 is definitely a better set than J1. Best Buy Samsung Galaxy J5 Deals and Samsung Galaxy J1 Deals for UK are available at our Galaxy Phone Online Store.

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