Samsung Galaxy J3 may be getting another revamp with full HD AMOLED screen

The low-end Galaxy J-series might be in for another evolution to bring it in-line with the new and prim Galaxy C-series. Like most things, it starts from the bottom.

This time, the bottom looks to be not a Galaxy J2 as the header suggests, but a Galaxy J3 remix that mimics the aesthetics of the Galaxy S6, at least on the back. With these renders picked up by Dutch site Galaxy Club, we find out there’s a whole lot of change on the outside and even quite a bit on the inside.

The form factor comes off as more squared than said S6. In its TENAA listing, we learn that the phone has a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage with an 8-megapixel rear camera. Surprisingly, we also find an impressive five-inch AMOLED display at a slightly odd resolution of 1920 x 1200.


This is the last phone in the J-series to get a model number revamp where the last character in the name turns from a letter to a number. Instead of SM-J300F, we find the SM-J3119. Another variant, the SM-J3110, comes with different cell support.

Will we see these phones launch on June 18 as the renders suggest? All we can do is wait.

Source: Galaxy Club (Google Translate), TENAA
Via: SamMobile

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