Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) spotted on TENAA with sAMOLED display

Samsung isn’t gonna stop remaking mid-range series devices for each year with new features. The Samsung Galaxy J3 2016 has launched a few months ago with in-built S Bike Mode NFC tags. Now, Chinese Regulatory Authority TENAA revealed the specification details for the next generation of Galaxy J3, the 2017 edition. There are two variants shown up, one is for global market (SM-J3110) and a China Mobile version (SM-J3119).

Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) spotted on TENAA got an interesting factor, a Super AMOLED display sized at 5.1-inch. There will be only HD display for global market, and China Mobile variant grabs a Full HD display. The device have been boosted up with a quad-core processor, clocked at 1.2GHz, paired with 2GB of RAM; improved from 1.5GB. Internal storag space is of 16GB, expandable via dedicated SD Slot. The rear camera mounted is 8MP and the secondary one is having 5MP.

Galaxy J3 runs only Android 5.1, which is disappointing in 2017. The LTE enabled smartphone is juiced up with 2600mAh battery pack. The new device doesn’t seem having any NFCs enabled on it. The device seems better in images, with flattened back panel with curved bezels. The device will be unveiled in next year only, wait a while.

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