Galaxy J3 (2017) passes through the FCC with a 2,400mAh battery
Recently, we’ve heard a lot about the upcoming Galaxy J3 (2017). It all started when the handset was imported into India for testing back in October and shortly after a copy of its specifications surfaced online. Now, however, the device has been spotted passing through the FCC, which is usually one of the last port of calls a new smartphone makes before it hits the shelves.
As you’d expect, the listing doesn’t reveal anything we don’t already know about the Galaxy J3 (2017), other than that it sports a 2,400mAh battery, which is a little surprising considering its predecessor packs a 2,600mAh cell. Other notable purported internals include a 5-inch display, an Exynos 7570 CPU, 2GB of RAM, 12MP rear-facing and a 5MP front-facing camera.
Unfortunately, Samsung is still yet to confirm when it will unveil the long-awaited Galaxy J3 (2017). However, we think it’s pretty safe to say that it’ll be relatively soon seeing as the handset has now acquired all of the documentation it needs to launch on the open market in the United States and a slew of other countries dotted around the world.