Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 smartphone can be launched soon in Indian Market


Soon, some of Samsung’s J series smartphones will be knocked on the Indian market, Samsung Galaxy J3 2017, Samsung Galaxy J5 2017 and Samsung Galaxy J7 2017.

The Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 smartphone has obtained a certificate from the US certification site FCC, and it shows that there is only a short time left to launch it. Let us know that these smartphones have already been watched on the Wi-Fi Alliance and Geek bench.

Samsung Galaxy J3 2017In this FCC listing, Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 Smartphones has been seen in two different models. These model numbers are SM-J330F and SM-J330DS. This means that Samsung can offer its smartphone, i.e. Samsung Galaxy J3 2017, into two different variants. There will be a single SIM variant and the second will be Dual-SIM. Some smartphones are not mentioned in this listing.

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However, if discussing Geekbench’s listing, there were some specs on the smartphone, according to this listing, smartphones will have a Quad-Core XConos 7570 processor working on a clock speeds of 1.4GHz. Apart from this, these smartphones will be introduced with the J3 2017 Android 7.0 Nugget. According to the listing, the smartphone has 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.

The listing of Geekbench also shows that the phone has a 5-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front camera. However, it is surprising to see, because the previous smartphone of this smartphone’s generation had an 8-megapixel rear and a 5-megapixel front camera was present. And seeing this, we are hoping that nothing more, then the camera in this new smartphone will be better than the last.

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It is worth noting that Samsung is also reducing the other two smartphones of the series, which are Samsung Galaxy J5 2017 and Samsung Galaxy J7 2017, these smartphones may also be light in the coming soon.