Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro
Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro

Samsung had earlier launched the Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro to add to the list of the popular J series from Samsung in India. The J3 Pro is an entry level offering in the J series of smartphones offered by Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro was earlier available as a Paytm Mall exclusive in India and was priced at Rs. 8490. Now, the company has announced that the Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro will be available on Flipkart from May 29 and the price of the phone is slashed to Rs. 7,990.

As far as the specifications of the phone are concerned, Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro sports a 5-inch HD display with 720×1280 pixel resolution. Powered by 1.5 GHz Quad Core processor, the phone runs Android 5.1 Lollipop. It packs in 2GB RAM and 16GB native memory which is expandable upto 128GB using a microSd card. On the imaging front we have a 8MP back camera with f2.2 aperture and a 5MP selfie snapper. Power comes courtesy a 2600mAh battery on the dual SIM J3 Pro phone.

Galaxy J3 Pro is Samsung’s first online exclusive product and will be shipped with pre-installed Ultra Data Saving (UDS) mode and S bike Mode, unique ‘Make in India’ features. It will be available in three color options of gold, black, and white.

One thing worth noting is that the Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro comes with the two-year old Android 5.1 Lollipop version of Android. At a time when smartphones even at this price range are coming in with Android 7.0 Nougat, it is hugely disappointing to see this from a company like Samsung. It is worth noting that the Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro will be available from Fipkart and there is a cashback offer of 10% for Citi credit and debit cards. Stay tuned for more such news about the Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro.

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