Samsung Galaxy Express Prime 3 for AT&T leaks out in press renders

According to trustable sources, the next month will be kinda agitated due to the arrival of a myriad of Galaxy J smartphones. As happened in the past years, most of those mid-range and entry-level smartphones should reach the United States through partnerships with country’s powerful network carriers.

One of the unreleased Samsung Galaxy J smartphones that will be revealed in the next month, should be rebranded to Galaxy Express Prime 3. This specific smartphone with a name that would honor the Transformers franchise will be sold by AT&T, however, the other carriers such as Verizon and T-Mobile should offer the smartphone as well, but it may have a different moniker and slightly different specifications.

Everything we know so far about the Express Prime 3 is that it will pack the Exynos 7570 1.4GHz QuadCore processor built in the 14nm FinFet process. The smartphone also counts with 2GB of RAM, the bare minimum for multi-tasking purposes and 16GB of storage that can be further expanded via a microSD card. Currently, there is no info regarding the smartphone display and camera specs, also we aren’t unsure of what price tag will be adopted by AT&T but a phone with those specifications should sit at the $150~$200 price range.

The pictures that leaked out, reveal just a few details about the smartphone besides its simplistic design. The Galaxy Express Prime 3 will arrive with a standard USB Port, 3.5mm headphone jack, a single camera with a LED flash, a single selfie snapper, and a physical home button. The Galaxy J series isn’t the cup of tea of most smartphone enthusiasts, but they will sell like hotcakes in emerging countries where Samsung has a strong presence, so it’s always good to know what the big Sammy is preparing for its smartphone portfolio in 2018.

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