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Galaxy J3, Galaxy J5, Galaxy J7 (2017) prices confirmed


Last updated: June 6th, 2017 at 14:48 UTC+02:00

Samsung has finally announced the Galaxy J (2017) series officially today. We had been hearing a lot of rumors about these devices over the past few months. A couple of models had been listed on Amazon France and Germany in recent weeks which suggested that the official launch was not that far off.

Samsung has upped the Galaxy J series’ game with this iteration as all models feature metal bodies and improved hardware. This is one of Samsung’s best-selling smartphone series in Europe so the company is looking to ensure that things remain that way.

The company has also confirmed the prices for these handsets. It’s going to sell the Galaxy J3 (2017) for €219, the Galaxy J5 (2017) for €279 and the Galaxy J7 (2017) for €339 in black and gold colors.

Samsung will first release the Galaxy J5 (2017) in Europe later this month. It’s then going to release the Galaxy J7 (2017) in July. The company says that the Galaxy J3 (2017) will not be released in Europe before August.

It’s yet to confirm pricing and availability details for the new Galaxy J (2017) series for other markets across the globe. Samsung will surely release it globally but we’ll have to wait for more information that confirms where it will be sold and for how much.

We’ll be reviewing Samsung’s new Galaxy J (2017) series soon so be sure to check back if you want to know whether or not you should spend your money on these handsets.

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