Samsung Galaxy J3 is the upcoming Galaxy “J” Series smartphone from Samsung and the successor of the Galaxy J2 that was launched in September. There are lots of rumors online about the new Galaxy J3 smartphone and its specifications were also leaked when it was found listed on GFXBench benchmark database. Looks like, we will see the launch of Samsung Galaxy J3 smartphone in upcoming days as it has been certified by the FCC.
The Galaxy J3 smartphone, with model number SM-J3109, has been approved by FCC. However, no images of the smartphone are available in the FCC documents. The FCC documents lists some tests of the smartphone including 3G, 2G, and LTE tests. There is not much information about the specifications of the phone posted by the applicant.
Samsung Galaxy J3 specifications were spooted in the GFXBench listing that includes a 5-inch HD display having 1280×720 pixel resolution and it is powered by a 64-bit Snapdragon 410 processor with 1GB of RAM. It has 8GB of internal storage with expandable storage slot. Android 5.1.1 OS is pre-installed and we may see Android Marshmallow instead at its launch.
It features an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front facing camera. These specifications looks a slight upgrade over the Galaxy J2 that offers qHD display instead of an HD display used by Galaxy J3 with a more powerful processor. It will also have a 2600 mAh battery with Ultra Power Saving Mode.
A week back, Samsung Galaxy J3 was also spotted on Indian Import/export website Zauba with model number SM-J320F which is also Galaxy J3. The phone was found listed with price INR 6,600 which is around $101 according to current exchange rates.
So, we may expect an announcement from the Korean giant soon about the Galaxy J3. Stay tuned for more updates about Galaxy J3.