Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro available exclusively on Paytm Mall at Rs 8,490

Priced at Rs 8,490, the Samsing J3 Pro is the latest smartphone in Samsung’s highly popular Galaxy series.
Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro available exclusively on...
India TV Business Desk New Delhi April 13, 2017 15:43 IST

Paytm Mall has announced an exclusive partnership with Samsung Electronics for the exclusive online sale of Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro smartphone. 

 

Priced at Rs 8,490, the Samsing J3 Pro is the latest smartphone in Samsung’s highly popular Galaxy series. 

Customers can buy the device on Paytm and Paytm Mall app with easy EMI options and accept quick and quick deliveries.

 

“Paytm Mall’s first exclusive brand partnership with Samsung - the Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro is an incredible product at a value-for-money price. The J series has been the most successful product from Samsung, and with this partnership, we bring the latest model in this series for our customers across India,” Amit Bagaria, Vice President, Paytm Mall, said. 

 

Samsung’s latest budget offering, the Galaxy J3 Pro is an incredible combination of ‘Make for India’ features such as Ultra Data Saving (UDS) mode and S bike mode. 

Samsung’s unique UDS help consumers save up to 50 per cent  mobile data cost, while S bike mode encourages responsible riding. 

 

Available in Dark Gray, Gold and Rose Gold, the Galaxy J3 Pro offers advanced performance with its 1.5 GHz Quad Core processor and 2GB RAM which make multi-tasking easy. 

The device features 16GB internal memory, which can further be extended up to 128 GB to ensure that consumers have enough space to store a plethora of videos, music, and camera images. 

It also comes with a large 5-inch HD super AMOLED screen and 8 mega-pixel rear camera with an f2.2 aperture allows users to capture high quality, crisp and detailed photographs, while its 5 mega-pixel front camera provides great video calling and selfie experience.

 

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