Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) with Android 7.0 Nougat, 5-Inch Display launched

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The device ranked fourth on the list with 6.1 million units shipped in Q1 2017.

South Korean tech giant Samsung on Monday officially unveiled the "Galaxy J3 (2017)" smartphone, the latest addition to its Galaxy J-Series of entry-level smartphone.

The rear side of the phone is dominated by a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash while the front selfie camera is 2 megapixels. The phone comes with a 5-inch HD display. Talking about its software fronts, Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) runs Google's Android 7.0 Nougat operating system out of the box with Samsung's proprietary custom skin running on top. But this is beginning to change seemingly with Samsung having produced a large wraparound display for its Galaxy S8 Plus released earlier this year. A Samsung Galaxy S8 that precisely in these days when cyber attacks have put us in check has sealed a great deal with security and antivirus company McAfee.

Experts apparently believe that the refurbished Galaxy Note 7, which The Herald calls Galaxy Note 7S, might need more thorough reviews which might delay the launch. It has a 2600 mAh battery so make sure you have a power bank if you're traveling for a long time.

The second feature landing on the Note 8 is a dual-camera setup, although Samsung is putting its own spin on it and arranging them vertically instead of horizontally according to reports. The Galaxy S8 does have support for 4G LTE in the United States, on GSM carriers, but CDMA carriers are not supported, unfortunately.

While all eyes are on the highly popular and impressive Samsung Galaxy S8 and its big brother the Galaxy S8 Plus, the upcoming galaxy Note 8 has had its share of buzz.

Samsung is also believed to be considering arming the Galaxy Note 8 with 6GB of RAM memory, while internal storage should also be extended to 256 GB. The device is expected to be priced sub Rs 20,000.

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