The ally of smartphones, whatever their range, is Noreve, the specialist in protecting electronic devices. Noreve designs sturdy protective covers to protect your smartphone from shocks and drops and avoid cracks and even tiny scratches. Noreve holders are handcrafted to obtain a perfect finish and their leather coating provides a better grip, in addition to the sleek look that comes with it. Noreve uses its whole expertise to offer you a solid, lightweight, elegant and practical cover.
In addition to the quality of its products, the quality of its service is equally paramount for Noreve. Thanks to its experience, it offers its customers the possibility to customise the protection of their choice to the smallest detail. So, to protect your Samsung Galaxy A3 you can choose between a leather vertical flap cover and one with a wallet-style horizontal flap. Once you have made your choice, you will be able to select the colour and the texture for its outer as well as for its inner coating. Thus your Galaxy J3 will be well protected and fully customised.
One year after the Galaxy J5, Samsung launches its new mid-range smartphone, the Galaxy J3, released in January 2016. The J3 is available in single SIM or dual SIM models. It features a super AMOLED 5-inch screen with a display of 720 x 1280 pixels. This smartphone is powered by Android 5.1.1, and is since valid for the 6.0 update. It is supported by a quad-core Spreadtrum SC9830 processor. As for the storage, it has 8 GB or 16 GB internal memory, which can reach 256 GB thanks to a micro SD card, for 1.5 GB or 2 GB of RAM respectively. The J3 is equipped with an 8-megapixel camera capable of capturing videos at 720p, and a 5-megapixel secondary camera.
In addition to its largely affordable price, the Samsung Galaxy J3 shows some interesting qualities. As for the design, it looks more or less like the flagship of the brand, the Samsung Galaxy S7, with a screen of the same size, namely 5 inches. It also includes some high-end features, such as its highly colourful super AMOLED screen. The J3 is a thin phone, but also very light. This is partly due to the plastic alloy of the lid of its battery, but for the cheap phone that it is, this is not a disaster. The lifetime of the battery is quite consistent and the J3 also takes beautiful photos in daylight, despite a rather poor execution speed. As for performance, it has been expected that the Galaxy J3 was not going to achieve feats, but it still enjoys a fairly recent Android update, which is interesting.