Samsung Galaxy J3 (2018) has just received the official certification by Wi-Fi Alliance, which means there isn’t much time left for the official announcement of the handset. The device has been certified in several variants which will all be launched in the U.S. The first version is identified by the model number SM-J337T: it seems to be the variant offered by T-Mobile as the J3 (2017) launched by this carrier had the model number SM-J327T.
T-Mobile is said to launch this handset under the name Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime 2. Then, Wi-Fi Alliance also showed the alleged AT&T version, which is rumored to be called Galaxy Express Prime 3. It goes by the model number SM-J337A. At last, there are two variants which should be offered by Cricket with the model numbers SM-J336AZ and SM-J337AZ.
These versions may be called Galaxy Sol 3 and Galaxy Amp Prime 3. We also expect to see a version by Sprint with the name Galaxy J3 Emerge 2. Unfortunately, Wi-Fi Alliance did not list any of the Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) specifications. But the handset has already been spotted on benchmarks with Android 8.0 Oreo. According to benchmarks, it sports an Exynos 7570 processor with a frequency of 1.43 GHz and 2 GB of RAM.