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Samsung Galaxy J3 3rd Gen Now Available at Verizon Prepaid

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Earlier today, Verizon Wireless announced a new smartphone model it will be including in its lineup. The device, known as the Samsung Galaxy J3, will be available on both Verizon's postpaid and prepaid service.

The smartphone comes with a 5-inch HD 720p display. From within, the device runs on a 1.35GHz Exynos 7884 processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB built-in memory. There is a microSD card slot for up to 400GB memory expansion.

The phone also includes an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing sensor. It houses a 2600mAh battery that can last up to 29 hours of usage and up to 9.5 days on standby. Some other features include full support for Wi-Fi Calling, HD Voice, and Video Calling. Upon release, the phone runs on Android 8.0 Oreo.

Although the device is the same, it will be available in two different names on both services. For postpaid customers, the device is called as the Samsung Galaxy J3 V. For Verizon Prepaid customers, on the other hand, the name is changed to Samsung Galaxy J3 3rd Gen.

If you are interested in this smartphone, you can get it with a postpaid line for $168 or $7 per month. But if you're more of a prepaid user, the phone is available on Verizon Prepaid for $124.



Source: Phone Scoop

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  1. Absolute trash.

    Burners have had 16GB of storage for the past 3 years, and the J3 continues the trend of increasingly worthless phones at steadily rising prices.

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  2. Absolute trash talk.
    Normal specs for name-brand, entry-level phone.
    Only worthless to phone snobs.

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    1. The unlocked and vastly superior g6 Play is $150 with airtime from Best Buy.

      In contrast, Samsung and Verizon aren't even trying anymore.

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    2. "Only worthless to phone snobs."

      I don't think that term applies to those who expect and get a LOT more from phones in this low-price segment .

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  3. Battery capacity too small.

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    1. So what else is new...batteries are bad even in current Samsung Active and iPhone X.

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  4. "FROM WITHIN," the device runs on.....

    Uh-Oh.....I hear the verbage-police sirens a-comin' LOL!

    Enjoyed the article Christine! Hopefully this newer J3 will be in a TracFone bundle soon.

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  5. I Love Samsung, I really wish that thay would have increased the battery to at least 3,000MAH, but 26MAH is not bad and I believe it is still removable, which is a big plus.

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    1. They could easily put a good battery in the phones such that no one would think of removing it.

      I used to like Samsung, but I gave up on them for their gross negligence on security updates and OS upgrades for Samsung phones. They have the resources to put such updates into the phones within a week or two of release from Google... instead, they wait as much as 18 months.... it gives me the idea that this vast Korean conglomerate has just ONE EMPLOYEE... a nervous overworked coffee addict... assigned to processing Android updates to Google to make sure they get to all the phones.


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    2. "I love Samsung..."
      Your won't love Samsung when your new flagship starts randomly sending your photos to your contacts. That could be really embarrassing, or worse. Do S9s come with divorce lawyers?
      https://news.sky.com/story/samsung-phones-are-randomly-sending-photos-to-contacts-reports-11424581

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