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Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016) launched this year wasn’t a very exciting upgrade, especially when other J-series phones got beautiful designs. Well, it looks like Samsung has realized it a bit late and is going to launch a more beautiful Galaxy J3 (2016) in China soon. As reported by Sammobile, the new variant of the J3 2016 might be launch within this month.

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Some official renders of the new Galaxy J3 (2016) variant have leaked out, and the phone’s model number is SM-J3119. The report says that the new device might be launched on 18th June judging by the date shown on the screen of the phone in the renders. We don’t know whether this phone will be called Galaxy J3 2016 or something else. But at least this version looks much better than the currently boring one.

As for the specs, it is being said that the new Galaxy J3 SM-J3119 will be powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and will run on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the box. It will come with a 5-inch AMOLED screen (might be a Full HD screen) along with an 8MP camera at the back. Though the back looks metallic, it probably is just plastic or fibre with a metal finish. Whatever it is, it looks beautiful in Gray and Gold, and there are no antenna bands and probably the rear cover is removable too.

Again, we cannot confirm the final name of this phone, so we will have to wait for the device to come out on TENAA or any other trusted sites. Are you excited?

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