Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) pops up on GeekBench’s database
GeekBench has revealed to us a new device that Samsung is making and with this one carrying a model number of SM-J327P, it has already been said that it would be the 2017 refresh of the already launched Samsung Galaxy J3.
From what we have seen on GeekBench, this device is supposed to be powered by a QUALCOMM snapdragon 430 chipset which would work hand-in-hand with a 2GB RAM setup on the Marshmallow 6.0.1 version.
Back in May of this year, a number of variants of the 2017 versions of this smartphone were seen on TENAA and then, we got to know that it would have 5.1 inches of screen built on the AMOLED technology and carry 2GB of RAM, use a camera configuration of 8MP on the back as he main snapper and a 5MP unit up front. To round things off, it would then be using a battery that carries 2600mAh of power.
Then, we learnt that the difference in the variants would be the screen technology as one would run on 720p while the other would be able to carry full HD capabilities.
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