T-Mobile has launched Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime at $150. Touted as a budget smartphone, you will be able to purchase Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime for $6 initial payment and $6 per month for 24 months. However, this offer is applicable only if you are a postpaid customer of T-Mobile and for Awesome credit holders.
If you have Awesome credit and would like to purchase the Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime by opting for full payment, you need to pay $150 along with SIM starter kit worth $25.
If you are an Average Credit user, you need to pay $126 initially and then pay $1 for the remaining 24 months. However, if you need to pay the one-time charge, you should pay the same $150 alongside SIM Starter Kit worth $25.
If you are not willing to under any credit check, you need to pay $150. You should also purchase a SIM Starter Kit with every purchase of Galaxy J3 Prime, which will be automatically added to the shopping cart.
Meanwhile, T-Mobile is also offering an instant discount of $75 on the newly launched Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime. Hence, you need to pay $69. MetroPCS, which is a subsidiary of T-Mobile is also selling the handset at a discounted price.
On the specifications front, the Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime is equipped with a 5-inch HD display, Exynos 7570 processor, 1.5GB RAM, 16GB expandable storage loaded with Android 7.0 Nougat. It’s interesting to note that Samsung has infused Android 7.0 Nougat in a budget smartphone.
While the rear camera offers a 5MP sensor, the front-facing snapper is integrated with a 2MP sensor. A 2600mAh battery supplies power for the handset. The processor runs at a clock speed of 1.35Ghz. The handset is capable of delivering up to 20 hours of standby and talk time. Moreover, the Galaxy J3 Prime also provides support for M3 and T3 hearing aids including GPS.
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