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Samsung Galaxy J3 prices in Malaysia

Samsung Galaxy J3 is the one of the newest devices in the Galaxy J line up from Samsung. It’s a minimalist on the outside but it packed with so many features on the inside. Find out more about this phone right here!

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Lowest Price: RM 505.00
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Samsung Galaxy J3 Price by Country
Indonesia IDR 1,495,000
Malaysia MYR 505
Philippines PHP 6,112
Singapore SGD 198
Vietnam VND 2,264,000

About Samsung Galaxy J3 Malaysia

Samsung Galaxy J3 Malaysia

The Out of the Ordinary Minimalist

The Samsung Galaxy J series has established a different flavor in Samsung’s Galaxy Series. The J series has proven to be a market friendly due to its price and generous offering. The latest addition in the J family is the Galaxy J3; a midrange phone it may seem but it carries a polished performance and above average features from its price range. The J3 has explored and dominated what used to be as uncharted territory for Samsung – high value budget phones.

Polished and Smart

The Samsung Galaxy J3 is a reliable and smart device, as it lets you do almost everything that you can with a smartphone. Enjoy streaming or watching your favorite movies with its vibrant 5-inch Super AMOLED display. Download and install any applications in the Google Play store as you please because this phone is more than capable of running majority of the apps there. Multitask and play as much as you want because its processor and RAM will make sure that you won’t experience any hiccups as you use the phone. Point and shoot at the most memorable moments in your life and watch it in full glory with the phone’s 8MP camera. The Galaxy J3 is made to provide everything that you need, not just the basics.

Vivid and Pixel Rich Screen

The Galaxy J3 sports an HD display (720x1280) on a 5-inch screen. The screen is free from any pixels due to its pixel density of 294 ppi – equally rich as iPhone’s retina display. The Super AMOLED display radiates a very deep black, making the color palette more vivid colors. To top it all, the phone’s screen is embellished with an Asahi Dragontail Glass protection to prevent it from getting scratches.

Snappy Performance

It’s equipped with a Quad-core processor with each core clocked at 1.5 GHz. The processing speed is fast enough to smoothly run moderate applications in the play store and could run heavy graphics games. Its RAM is also 500MB more than the usual which will give you extra RAM for your multitasking needs.

More Juice to Keep You Going

You can use your phone the whole day with just a single charge, thanks to its 2600 mAh battery. Even if you’re power is running low, you can easily extend it further with the help of Samsung’s Ultra Power Saving Feature, cutting down your phone’s battery usage extensively.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-09-16
Affordable, Similar dimensions to an S7, Colorrich screenAnnoying manual brightness, Not very powerful, Camera worse than best alternatives
Not every phone can be the Samsung Galaxy S7. For one thing, not everyone can afford a Galaxy S7 – but for a while Samsung went dark on budget phones, to the disappointment of fans of the brand who lacked capacious wallets.However, it's fired out loads...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-24
Neat S7alike design, Punchy screenMediocre performance, Unremarkable camera, Annoying manual brightness screen
What is the Samsung Galaxy J3? The Samsung Galaxy J3 is an affordable phone, the sort of handset you might buy outright to avoid signing up for a contract lasting longer than some marriages. It can be had for less than £150, but still includes a few highe...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-12
Affordable, Similar dimensions to an S7, Color, rich screenAnnoying manual brightness, Not very powerful, Camera worse than best alternatives
Not every phone can be the Samsung Galaxy S7. For one thing, not everyone can afford a Galaxy S7 – but for a while Samsung went dark on budget phones, to the disappointment of fans of the brand who lacked capacious wallets.However, it's fired out loads of...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-11
Decent hardware, Longlasting battery, S Bike mode is extremely usefulDisplay isn't as sharp, Average cameras, Older build of Android, Internals not as powerful as the competition
Even with the onslaught of Chinese players with their feature-packed smartphones at attractive price points, the Korean giant Samsung has been able to maintain its top spot. As per Canalys and IDC, the brand has been able to maintain a healthy lead in com...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-10
Affordable, Long battery life, Latest Android software, Rich, bright display, Expandable storage and removable batterySubpar call quality, Mediocre camera, Significant bloatware
If you're looking for an affordable phone on a major carrier, you typically need to prepare to make a compromise. The $169.99 (full price) Samsung Galaxy J3 on AT&T doesn't buck this trend, but unlike many other affordable smartphones, you won't be compro...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-09
With the number of different smartphone models Samsung kicks out every year, it's a surprise it isn't more successful with its budget models. However, this is a market it's had trouble cracking, with its budget offerings lagging a long way behind the Moto...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-04
Unique SBike feature, Decent display, battery backup, NFC with Samsung PayEntry level chipset, Low internal storage, No Auto brightness sensor
Samsung has been paying attention to both sides of the scale, keeping a balance in its craft of making smartphones. Though I won't call it the Buddha's middle way of living (we'll keep that for the new A-series) but it certainly has paid off the company i...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-26
Samsung released a smartphone from the new Galaxy J (2016) series, the Galaxy J3 which is focused on bike riders. It offers compelling features for bike riders so that they can get a control over the phone calls while they are riding a bike. Other things...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-25
Build QualityPhone Set UpFeaturesCamera & VideoBattery LifeThe Samsung Galaxy J3 offers a rich experience with a budget-friendly price tag. With a from £7.50 entry price on a 24 month contract or from £155 SIM free, the Samsung Galaxy J3 is priced to plea...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-25
Much like the J5 and 3rd Gen Moto G, the J3 has a 5in display with a 1,280x720 resolution. However, its AMOLED screen technology blows almost every other budget smartphone out of the water - except the J5, of course - as I measured perfect, inky 0.00cd/m2...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-25
The J3 is one of the entry-level models in Samsung's Galaxy line-up, and you can buy it in the UK for £150 through distributors such as Mobile Fun. We see whether it's worth your money in our Samsung Galaxy J3 2016 review. See all budget phone reviews...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-18
Few companies can make phones as well as Samsung and with the Galaxy J3 it's seemingly set out to prove that it can deliver impressive hardware even to budget buyers.It doesn't have the flagship build of Samsung's premium phones like the Galaxy S7 , but i...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-18
Good display, S Bike mode, NFC, Decent front camera, Decent battery lifeLacks ambient light sensor, Average performance, Average rear camera, Loudspeaker output is low
Samsung launched the Galaxy J3 (2016) , it's new 4G smartphone with new S bike mode in India for Rs. 8,990 couple of weeks back. It has almost similar specifications as last year's Galaxy J2 . Is the successor worth the price? Let us find out in the compl...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-01
Every two-wheeler rider knows the danger of taking calls while in motion, but that doesn't stop all of them. Samsung's latest Galaxy J3 (6) smartphone is an attempt to make their lives easier. The South Korean company on Thursday announced the Galaxy J3 (...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-31
Samsung has launched its latest budget smartphone, Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016) in India from the new Samsung Galaxy J (2016) series. The smartphone is priced at ₹8,990. Samsung is trying to bring a new S bike mode feature into the device by teasing the launc...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-31
Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy J3 2016 Smartphone in India. This is an affordable smartphone and it packs a 5 inch Super Amoled Display which has a resolution of 720×1280 pixels. The phone features a unique S bike mode which allows users to f...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-31
The Samsung Galaxy J3 has an 8 MP primary camera at the back and 5 MP camera on the front side. The smartphone is priced in a budget segment. We were playing with the device and thought to share a few samples of the camera. So, what things you can expect...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-31
The Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016) is the new smartphone from the Samsung Galaxy J series. The budget handset is launched in India at ₹8,990 and powered by a 2600 mAh removable battery. We check how the battery life performs and here are the Samsung Galaxy J3 b...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-17
It you want something that's a cut above most budget phones, but don't have the bankroll to pay for a flagship, the Samsung Galaxy J3 is a solid pick from Boost Mobile's lineup. Its looks are just above plebeian, but it performs well enough that it should...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-17
Attractive design for a budget phon, Affordabl, Above-average battery lifeCamera takes poor image, Subpar performanc, Underpowered specs
Smartphones like Samsung's Galaxy J3 offer a compelling lure for bargain hunters: Sacrifice on a few specs, and you can get a device with a sub-$200 price tag. The J3, available through Boost and Virgin Mobile for $180, tries to hold up its end of the dea...
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