After the Galaxy J3 Emerge and the Galaxy Amp Prime 2, a new incarnation of the Galaxy J3 (2017) has just been formalized by the American operator AT&T.
The strategy of Samsung on the Galaxy Jx (2017) is confusing because some American operators have benefited from two terminals that could have been the Galaxy J3 (2017). These are the J3 Emerge and the Galaxy Amp Prime 2, whose design was just the one that was to be Jx (2017) to believe recent leaks. But Samsung has remained very discreet on the subject (even silent), speculation has been good. He finally had to wait for an indiscretion of Geekbench to have an idea of the truth: the two American terminals are not real incarnations of the Galaxy J3 (2017).
And as proof: AT&T, the second US operator in size, officially incorporated today the Galaxy J3 (2017) in its catalog. And the smartphone takes part of the Geekbench datasheet, including the quad-core 1.4 GHz chipset, the Exynos 7 Quad 7570, which we had previously seen. On the other hand, this Galaxy J3 (2017) shares many technical elements with the two other models mentioned above: 1.5 GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage (expandable by microSDXC up to 256 GB extra), a 720p screen of 5 Inch, 5 and 2-megapixel photosensors, respectively front and rear.
The battery, removable, is that of J3 Emerge: 2600 mAh. It is obviously compatible LTE category 4, Wi-Fi n, Bluetooth 4.2 and GPS. It works with Android 7.x Nougat. It has a polycarbonate shell identical to that of the J3 Emerge (with gray band imitation brushed metal). He weighs 148 grams. It measures 8.6 mm thick. It is visibly available in only one color: gray. Its price is 180 dollars.