A couple of weeks ago, Samsung’s new device was listed on Chinese Telecom regulatory authority TENAA, named as Galaxy J3 (2017) as per the assumptions. The device has attractive Gold color option. Now the China Telecom confirms that the device spotted on TENAA was Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro, upgraded latter for Galaxy J3 (2016).
The Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro has a Super AMOLED display, sized at 5-inches. It is to be powered with Qualcomm’s low-end Snapdragon 410 SoC under its hood, clocked at 1.4GHz which is paired with 2GB of RAM and 16GB secondary storage space. It sports a rear camera of 8MP sensor and a 5MP front facing one.
The Galaxy J3 Pro seems like having a metal body or a plastic body having metal-like finishes. The device will go on sale for $150 in China soon by China Mobile.