Latest Galaxy J7 (2017) render, courtesy of Roland Quand
The Samsung Galaxy J series are some of the most popular budget-friendly phones available on the market, so it's hardly shocking that the company is refreshing its entire J line in 2017.
So far, this year's Galaxy J3
, and J7
models received FCC certifications
, while numerous leaks also allegedly revealed details about their specs
. All of these things indicate that the trio's announcement is imminent, and now, Samsung has even officially confirmed their existence, albeit in a surprising place.
Samsung's Korean information page for its own "Kids Mode" app was recently updated to list all compatible devices. There, the Galaxy J3 (2017)
, J5 (2017), and J7 (2017) are listed alongside already released handsets, despite not being officially announced. What's interesting is that even the Galaxy Note 7 is there for some reason, despite being recalled for catching fire.