The Samsung Galaxy J3 was announced in China last month, and it has now been reported that the phone will reach US in early 2016.
A report by Venture Beat says that Sprint and AT&T will be offering the Galaxy J3. The phone will be offered on contract by both the carriers, but it can also be take on prepay through AT&T’s Cricket and Sprint’s Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile. The pricing for the phone hasn’t been unveiled yet for the US carriers, but we’re sure that it won’t be expensive.
In case you don’t know, the Galaxy J3 features 5-inch Super AMOLED HD screen and Snapdragon quad-core 410 processor. The US variant will come with 1.5GB RAM, 16GB onboard memory, LTE connectivity, and 2600mAh battery. It will be getting a 5MP/2MP camera configuration instead of the J3’s original 8MP/5MP setting. Though the original J3 gets Android Lollipop pre-installed, it is possible that the US variant will come with Marshmallow out of the box.