Samsung Galaxy Express Prime 3 for AT&T shows up in official renders

Samsung Galaxy Express Prime 3 for AT&T shows up in official renders
Samsung is expected to launch a plethora of Galaxy J smartphones in the next month or so, and some of these entry- and mid-level handsets are likely to make it to the United States. However, US carriers will use different names for the upcoming Galaxy J smartphones, so it might be confusing to talk about them before they're officially introduced.

One of the unannounced entry-level smartphones, Samsung plans to launch very soon in the US is the Galaxy Express Prime 3. This specific Galaxy J series phone will be available for purchase at AT&T, but other carriers in the US, such as T-Mobile and Verizon, will offer the device as well, but customers will find it under a different moniker, and possibly with slight specs differences.

What we know about the Galaxy Express Prime 3 is that it packs an Exynos 7570 processor, 2GB RAM and 16GB expandable storage. We have yet to learn anything about the phone's display and camera, but we would also like to know when AT&T plans to launch it and how much it will cost.


The pictures that popped up online these days show the front and back sides of the phone and confirm some of the specs: USB port, 3.5mm audio jack, single lens camera with LED flash, front camera, and Home button.

It's also worth mentioning that some of these low-end Samsung smartphones may be available at Cricket Wireless for those who would rather buy a prepaid handset.

source: SamMobile

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