Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) gets certified by Wi-Fi Alliance
Of the Galaxy J series refresh that we are expecting this year, the Galaxy J7 (2017) has been featuring on the rumour mill for a while now and it seems that we know all there is to know about this unit.
Clearing TENAA sometimes in the May of last year and also going on to get certified by both FCC and the Wi-Fi Alliance, we are very sure that all of these is indicative that the unit would launch soon alongside the other members of the same family that are set for a refresh this year.
In interesting news, we now think that the Galaxy J3 (2017) has followed suit and has also gotten its own certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance. While the document doesn’t reveal much about the specs of the device, we have information on a good hand from other sources to spice things up.
By all indications, the Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) should come out of the box with a QUALCOMM snapdragon 430 chipsets which is paired with 2GB of RAM and an internal storage space of 16GB. These are all improvements over the last one in the series and to boot, the 5-inch device would run the Marshmallow out of the box.
For camera, there would be a 2MP sensor on the front and a 5MP snapper behind it. to keep the lights on, we have the 2600mAh battery.
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