Samsung has launched its new smartphone, which it calls it Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime. Following the launch of its Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones, now, Samsung is looking at its budget-oriented Galaxy J3 Prime smartphone in the US. Here are the best J3 Prime details which you want to know about.
Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime comes with a 5-inch HD (1280×720) display resolution, has also brings with it improved key features, the latest 4G smartphone brings S Bike Mode which is somewhat Samsung’s Traffic conscious integration. Under the hood, the Galaxy J3 Prime is powered by 1.4GHz Octa-Core Exynos 7570 14nm processor along paired by Mali-T720 GPU with 1.5GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage further expandable up to 64GB using microSD card slot.
The latest Galaxy J series smartphone from Samsung, the Galaxy J3 Prime runs on Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box. While the rear portion of the smartphone packs a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash and the 2MP front-facing camera there to use it for selfies. Connectivity options include LTE, WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS and other location additions. The phone houses a 2600mAh battery, which is somewhat average one. But the Galaxy J3 Prime battery is removable and comes with saving mode, settings to save battery life, if you asking for how to save battery on J3 Prime.
Priced at $150, which is roughly Rs 9,600 in India. The Galaxy J3 Prime will be available in Black color and can be availed from T-Mobile or Metro PCS in the U.S. with 24-month contract agreement at $6.00 per month or without contract by paying the full amount.
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Metro PCS even offers Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime at a discounted sum of $69 (Rs 4436 approx.) instead of 139 after all offers. Stay tuned for more, like comparison and other requests.