Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime arrives at T-Mobile and MetroPCS

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The Galaxy S8 and S8+ may be one of T-Mobile’s biggest smartphone releases in recent memory, but it’s not the only Samsung handset that’s hit T-Mo’s shelves lately.

The Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime recently arrived at T-Mobile. The Galaxy J3 Prime is available to postpaid customers for $6.00 down and $6.00 per month for 24 months, which works out to a full price of $150.00.

Samsung’s Galaxy J3 Prime is also available on prepaid for $150.00, but for a limited time, T-Mobile is offering a $75.00 instant discount on the device. MetroPCS is selling the Galaxy J3 Prime, too, for $69.00 after all special offers.

When it comes to specs, the Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime is running Android 7.0 Nougat on a 5-inch 1280×720 display with 5-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front cameras. It’s also packing an octa-core Exynos 7570 processor, 1.5GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a microSD slot for adding more storage, and a 2600mAh battery.

If that sounds up your alley, you can find the Galaxy J3 Prime, both postpaid and prepaid, at the links below.

Thanks, John!

Sources: T-Mobile Galaxy J3 Prime Postpaid and Prepaid, MetroPCS Galaxy J3 Prime

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  • George Salcedo

    Samsung needs to ditch the Galaxy moniker for their low end devices. Most of them are garbage except the Galaxy J7 which was a pleasant surprise.

    • riverhorse

      The Samsung low ends used to improve Y2Y @ screen res, size, ram, storage, etc.
      But for 3 years now they’re stuck @ similar specs… earning the garbage moniker.
      Even the flagships come with glaring deficiencies… storage, fixed battery, usb.

      • Ty Christensen

        Yep, low end phones should be 2GB RAM now not 1.5GB. At least this one has 16GB though not 8GB of storage.

        • riverhorse

          I don’t want adoptive storage.

          My present phone’s 32gb are maxed out… this with all non essential stuff on external and/or cloud.
          I cannot install all the apps I want, much less Multiple Users.
          I’m sure I’d max out 64gb right away.
          So even most flagships for American market are woefully inadequate.

    • Andrew Singleton

      the j3 is actually very good. camera is even decent. its a small j7.

  • Sharti24

    Same phone, $150 on t-mobile. $69 on Metro….hmmm

  • John Z.

    I just bought it 5 days ago from MetroPCS.

    “(Same phone, $150 on t-mobile. $69 on Metro….hmm ~ Sharti24
    3 days ago)”

    As an “upgrade” “$69.00 after all special offers” = $69.00 + $15.00 + taxes ≈ $91.00. So far, a pretty deicent phone. I will update, with use.

  • The Original

    Does this phone have a amoled display?

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