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Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime with Android Nougat makes its debut in US

Samsung Electronics has added a new offering to its very popular and affordable J Series of smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime was launched in the US in association with various cellular service providers like T-Mobile and MetroPCS. Since the Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime is being provided through carriers only we do not know how much the unlocked version costs. The T-Mobile version for post-paid customers costs $6 down and $6/month for 24 months totalling to $150. MetroPCS is offering the Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime for $69 for pre-paid customers. The pre-paid T-Mobile version costs $150 but you do get an instant discount of $75.

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The Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime shifts away from Samsung’s policy of providing AMOLED displays and sticks with a 5inch LCD panel display with HD (1280 x 720 pixels) resolution. The Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime runs with the help of the home-grown Exynos chipset that houses a 1.35GHz quad-core processor and 1.5GB of RAM. The Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime is one of the cheaper smartphones from Samsung to run Android Nougat. The Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime has an internal memory of 16GB and you can use microSD cards of up to 128GB to expand the storage.

The Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime has a 5MP rear camera with LED flash. On the front you get a 2MP camera for selfies. The Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime is powered by a 2600mAh battery that is claimed to last for an entire day on average use. The Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime supports 4G LTE along with Wi-Fi, microUSB and Bluetooth connectivity. The Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime measures 5.5 x 2.75 x 0.35 inches and weighs 147grams.

Source: T-Mobile

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