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Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) USB Drivers For Windows

This page provides a Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) download link for all the devices of the operating system you use, so it is easier to be hidden and also useful to flash it helps you to get the maximum performance of USB.
Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) USB Drivers For Windows

In addition, you can also move the device data you use so that your device is more spacious and get more performance and space.

On this page provides Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) USB drivers for the operating system Windows XP/Windows-Vista/Windows7, Windows-8 and also Windows 10. And there are also download links such as Firmware, Flash Tool and also ROMS.

Support: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Microsoft-Win 8, Windows 10
File: exe
Author : Samsung


Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) Review:


The new Galaxy J3 isn’t a premium handset in the mould of the Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus, though its design is somewhat reminiscent of Samsung’s excellent flagships.

As expected, the 2017 update sports a 5-inch display with a 720p resolution –  the same spec as the 2016 Galaxy J3, and we’d be lying if we said we weren’t hoping for a 1080p upgrade.

Elsewhere, the J3’s camera specs have actually been downgraded, at least on paper. Where the 2016 model came with an 8-megapixel primary (rear) camera and 5-megapixel front snapper, the new version drops to a 5-megapixel main shooter and a 2-megapixel ‘selfie’ cam.

However, there’s more to camera performance than numbers on a spec sheet, so we’ll be reserving judgement until we’ve spent some time with the refreshed handset.

The 2017 Galaxy J3 packs the same 2600mAh battery cell as its predecessor, and packs a slightly upgraded processor in the Exynos 7570, which is backed up by 1.5GB of RAM. Storage is limited to 16GB on-board, with the option of expansion up to 256GB via a microSD card slot.

Compared to last year's J3, this update runs Android 7.0 Nougat, and doubles the upper limit of your microSD card (from 128GB to 256GB here). The processor also gets a slight boost. These are all good things. But Samsung doesn't go far enough to make 2017's J3 feel and act like a different, better phone.

Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) Features:


In some ways, it's actually worse. The new Galaxy J3 is frustratingly sluggish, even when navigating around. Its battery doesn't last as long as last year's model (just about 14 hours, versus 15 and a half). And there's actually less RAM than 2016's J3 (1.5GB versus 2GB).

The Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) features a 5-inch (279 dpi) high definition (720p) display. Samsung didn't do anything crazy, no surprises there. They could have opted for Full-HD, but that would probably have done more harm than good to the smartphone.

However, unlike last year's model or its big brothers in the J range, it is not an AMOLED screen but a PLS TFT LCD screen (a cousin of the IPS). This results in a loss of contrast and brightness. Colors are also worse than last year's model. Overall, it is a little disappointing to see the 2017 version of the J3 regress in some ways.

With 16 GB of internal memory (10 GB free for user storage), we strongly recommend to invest in a microSD card to avoid suffering any annoying slowdowns. When the memory is not full, the interface is more fluid, applications open (relatively) quickly. I did not notice any particular bugs during my test. Of course, if you are putting the Galaxy J3 (2017) through seriously intense use, or doing a lot of multi-tasking, you'll likely encounter some delays. Considering the price, this is only to be expected.

Last but not least, this phone is also equipped with the Game Launcher, just like the Samsung's A, S and Note Series devices. In terms of quality, when the light conditions are good, the camera on the Galaxy J3 (2017) is doing quite well. There is a lack of detail and the backgrounds are often quite bland. The development is also a bit slow but the reactivity is decent and it is possible to take a series of shots on the fly without any problems. In low light conditions, it is a little more problematic because the Galaxy J3 (2017) sensor is not able to capture enough light. As a result, there is a lot of noise on the shots and pictures are often blurred. 

The front camera also gives fairly average results. The shots lack a little sharpness. Beware if you want to use the flash, as it tends to do more harm than good. Finally, on the video side, it is possible to film in Full-HD. The result is good and I find the quality of the videos better than the photos.

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