AT&T exclusively launches familiar $180 Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) with Android 7.0

South Korea should have been the first one on the list, and everyone expected the Samsung GalaxyNote 7R to launch before the end of the month.

The phone will come with no side bezels and minimum top and bottom bezels just like we have seen on the Samsung's latest flagship devices. We have reported about dual camera earlier also.

In spite of the seemingly catastrophic incident, the company is back on track with a vengeance, looking to make things right by customers and offer them a real premium experience with the next generation of Note smartphones.

Image testing professionals at DxOMark found that the Galaxy S8's camera boasts a capable autofocusing system that's fast and reliable in virtually all lighting conditions, while the imaging setup of the device allows for accurate color rendering even in poorly lit scenarios.

LG Electronics is expecting its best yearly performance this year due to its strong competitive edge in home appliance business and recovery of its Smartphone business
AT&T exclusively launches familiar $180 Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) with Android 7.0

An upcoming Samsung smartphone, Samsung Galaxy J7 Max has appeared in leaks shared by Phonhorn.

The Galaxy J3 (2017) features a 5-inch Super AMOLED display with 720 x 1280 HD resolution and a pixel density of 294 pixels per inch.

The Galaxy J7 Max also will also support Samsung Pay Mini transactions.

Most analysts concur with today's verdict, suggesting that Samsung will attempt to produce a particularly outstanding snapper for the Galaxy Note 8, probably as a way of distinguishing it from its other smartphone releases. In three easy steps, customers can trade in their old phone for a new one at Samsung online and offline partners, based on a set grading. Thankfully, the smartphone isn't too disappointing in the battery life department, thanks to a 2,600mAh capacity battery inside. In terms of memory, the phone is backed by a 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, which can be further expanded up to 256GB via a dedicated microSD card slot.

Maria Sharapova through to second round in Rome
Sharapova is still waiting to hear if she will receive a wildcard entry into Roland Garros starting a week from Sunday. Her second-round opponent will be Croatian veteran Lucic-Baroni who she beat in the Madrid first round last week.

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