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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.
The flagship-introduced "Infinity Display" has been expanded to the upper mid-range Galaxy A8 (2018) and A8+ (2018), with the low-end Samsung Galaxy J6 probably up next.
The 2017 editions of the Samsung Galaxy J7, J5 and J3 are relatively affordable, surprisingly premium-looking and decently feature-packed.
Can you believe the little-known (in the West) OPPO R9s was the world's third most popular Q1 2017 smartphone, behind the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus only?
According to ScientiaMobile, Apple has taken 18 slots in the top five sets of the six major continents. Samsung has taken ten.
New generations of low to mid-end Samsung Galaxy J3 and J5 smartphones are coming soon, and we already know a lot about them.
One lawsuit between the two smartphone manufacturers has ended with the Chinese side taking a win. Others have yet to play themselves out.
Samsung's top-selling 2016 handset, the Galaxy S7 Edge, was only ranked fifth overall, according to IHS, behind four, count'em, four iPhones.
It's probably no surprise that a Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017) looks imminent. But we didn't expect to see it benchmarked as a selfie-focused 4.8-incher.
Samsung's detailed, long-term Android Nougat promotion plans are official... in Turkey, including devices as old and humble as the J5, J7, J7 Prime and On7.
The original Galaxy J5, launched last summer with fairly modest hardware in tow, is being refreshed software-wise with Marshmallow surprisingly early.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016) looks an awful lot like the recently released J3 (2016), which makes us wonder exactly what the OEM is thinking.
After being recently unveiled in China, the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) is up for grabs in Spain, and the J5 (2016) is headed for France and Italy.
The 2016 editions of the mid-range Samsung Galaxy J7 and Galaxy J5 are official in China, the former packing an impressive 3GB RAM.
Mid-rangers have filled up a part of March in the smartphone industry and Samsung is part of the madness. The Galaxy J-series gets more leaked out.
The mid-range Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) and J5 (2016) move one step closer to a release, with laser autofocus cameras apparently in tow.
It not only feels a little early for a Samsung Galaxy J5 (2016) release, but the mid-range 5.2-incher is seemingly almost identical to its predecessor.
Given the success of the first-gen, it should come as no surprise a Samsung Galaxy J5 (2016) is in the pipeline, with a slightly larger display in tow.
As if the similarities between the Galaxy J5 and On5 weren't enough to mess with your heads, the Samsung Galaxy J3 is announced with nearly identical specs
Samsung may have just posted some positive growth in its smartphones unit. But as Samsung’s own earnings report told us, a lot of those smartphones came from the mid-range Galaxy A, J and O (or On) lineups. Furthermore, while the company was able to popularize the Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy S6, the latter wasn’t going to make much in terms of returns because of a price cut.
And thus, the scrutiny has been in this lower bunk of the price bin, with a new report from Counterpoint Technology Market Research.
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The Samsung Galaxy J3 is yet another looming low to mid-end Android smartphone with a 5-inch 720p screen, and quad-core Snapdragon 410 SoC on deck.
The newly-announced Samsung Galaxy J5 and J7 are the first of the South Korean manufacturer's smartphones to bring front-facing LED flash modules.
We're not only looking at some pictures of this unannounced device, but the report also has some Samsung Galaxy J5 specs to consider until it's all official