Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 is the latest member from the Galaxy J 2017 series to show up at the Wi-Fi Alliance, not so long after the Galaxy J7 2017 passed through the same channel.
Here, the phone is certified for its abilities to work with Wi-Fi and usually, a device passes this organization when it is in its final stages. With this in mind, it shouldn’t be long before we see Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 come to life – and it will be coming to the U.S. as well.
Apparently, the version that has just been cleared by the Wi-Fi Alliance will be carried by T-Mobile. It comes with model number SM-J327T and according to the listing, it will be powered by the latest Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. This is good news for those looking for an entry-level phone that is affordable, packs some incredible specs and has the latest software on board. However, as you can see, you’ll need to be on T-Mobile in order to use this variant of the Galaxy J3 2017.
Good news is that the same organization has also certified an unlocked variant of the same Samsung Galaxy J3 2017. The unit carries model number SM-J327U and like its T-Mobile counterpart, you get Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. Still, both variants of the J3 2017 are expected to receive the newer Android 7.1.1 Nougat at some point in future.
As noted earlier, Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 also passed by this Wi-Fi certification body. As it is, this high-end offering from the Galaxy J 2017 series will also be shipping to the U.S. and in fact, it will reportedly be carried on just about every major carrier in the country, including the Big Red and AT&T, but there was still no mention of whether T-Mobile will also be selling the phone when it is finally unveiled, but hopefully, it does.