Samsung is expected to introduce two new handsets on the US market in the near future, the Galaxy J3 (2017) and the Galaxy J7 (2017), but, like expected, a third model will also make its debut soon. We’re talking about the Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017), which was already spotted at Wi-Fi Alliance, back in February, rocking the model number SM-J350FM/DS.
However, the amount of information about this smartphone isn’t that big. When it made its first appearance, we knew that it will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but, in the mean time, we’ve come across the fact that it will come with 7.0 Nougat out of the box, like most of Samsung’s new models.
As for the specs, a recent Geekbench result also gives us a few new details about what we should expect, even though this shouldn’t be taken for granted.
To be more specific, the Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017) will rely on the same chipset as the J7, an Exynos 7870 model, with an octa-core configuration, aided by 2GB of RAM. However, we don’t know anything about the amount of storage, but it should be at least 32GB, with the possibility of expanding it, using a microSD card.
For the moment, there’s nothing available about the phone’s camera setup, nor about the battery, but, most likely, such information will become available in the following weeks. Also, we hope to find out if the Galaxy J5 (2017), will make it to the United States as well, just like the rest of the members of the Galaxy J line-up.