Although Samsung isn’t spending much time and money on promoting its budget sector phones, it doesn’t mean that the South-Korean mobile giant forgets about its more budget conscious customers. Just the opposite, this week AT&T started offering the newest gen of the Galaxy J3. Debuting without much fanfare the handset is now within your reach at an affordable price tag.
AT&T has just expanded its roster of Android phones by another affordable Samsung Galaxy smartphone. The Galaxy J3 is now for sale for just $6 per month.
Specs-wise the newest Galaxy J3 for AT&T is nothing more, but a decent device that offers great value for the price. Housing a 5-inch display the phone delivers 1280 x 720 screen resolution.
Driven by the Samsung-made Exynos 7570 processor clocked at 1.4GHz, the handset provides its users with 1.5GB of random access memory and 16GB of internal storage. However, this pretty basic storage space can be easily expanded by another 256GB using microSD cards.
These processing parameters should come as a guaranty of undisturbed multitasking mode and smooth OS performance, which in this case is Android 7.0 Nougat. Quite surprisingly, this poorly-specced smartphone works on the latest Android version pre-installed. Frankly speaking, the latest operating system is still a real rarity in this price range.
Moving on, in the optics department the new Galaxy J3 offers ridiculously low parameters represented by a combination of 5MP and 2MP rear and front sensor. Meanwhile, connectivity options include speedy 4G LTE connectivity. Other than that the whole thing is kept alive by a 2,600 mAh battery cell promised to last 23 hours of talk time.
Right now the Galaxy J3 is within your reach for as little as $179.99. But if for some reason you don’t want to or simply can’t pay its full retail price, you can also choose the installment plan route. If you decide to enroll for the second option, then the phone may be yours for just $6 per month on a 30-month payment plan.
The Galaxy J3 isn’t surely a top notch device. However, it’s still a pretty solid tool of communication which makes it a good alternative especially for those who need a separate device for cheap. If you want to grab one on your own, simply visit AT&T brick-and-mortar or online store. If AT&T isn’t your favorite carrier, then rumor has it that the Galaxy J3 will be soon available at Sprint under the name of Galaxy J3 Emerge.