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Samsung's low to mid-end Galaxy J3, J5 and J7 phones from last year are only expected to receive official Android Oreo updates in late September in Turkey.
Samsung's refreshed Galaxy J3 and Galaxy J7 mid-range smartphones are set to go on sale in the US in "early June" at "affordable", undetailed prices.
The Galaxy S8 and S8+ are still not able to run stable Android 8.0, and the A8 (2018) and A8+ (2018) have been launched on Nougat, yet an Oreo-powered Samsung Galaxy J4 could be in the works.
The 2017 editions of the Samsung Galaxy J7, J5 and J3 are relatively affordable, surprisingly premium-looking and decently feature-packed.
If you're on AT&T's site, you'll have probably come across this device if you for a flash of a second. Well, it's soon to go worldwide.
It's technically brand new and exclusive to AT&T, but the affordable Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) looks awfully similar to J3 Emerge and Prime models.
It doesn't look very "premium", and it's certainly no powerhouse, but the Nougat-powered Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime is still a T-Mo and Metro bargain.
New generations of low to mid-end Samsung Galaxy J3 and J5 smartphones are coming soon, and we already know a lot about them.
Sprint is the exclusive US carrier of the low-end, low-cost Samsung Galaxy J3 Emerge, with prepaid subsidiaries Virgin and Boost also in on the fun.