Is the Duos version slower, less responsive etc. than the single sim version?
Or does it have the exact same performance as the simple version?
Please let me know because I'm torn between the two... It's not like I'll need the extra sim card slot, but I'll be overseas for a while, so it wouldn't be a bad thing to have.
guys, would you recommend Duos or the single sim version? I have a Samsung S Duos and it's really slow and bad.
Is the Samsung J5 Duos as fast and as good as the single sim version?
summit, 22 Jun 2016j5 has a metal casing in sides.. the back cover is plastic..Nice
bet, 24 Jun 2016does this support OTG?Yes, this phone supports OTG
Guddu, 23 Jun 2016Galaxy J3(2016) is far better than all j series! UDSmode , UPSmode that's great ! And all th... moreAbsolutely correct. J3 2016 is best J Series mobile in terms of display even J7 2015 & J7 2016 offers poor display when compare with J3 2016.
I have this device for 2 weeks now, and I am happy with it. The battery lasts up to 48 hours when it is used for maps, texting, browsing, phone. As soon as you hit 15% you can chage to ultrapowersaving mode and you can still us the phone's basic applications for 12 hours.
The design is sleek, metal on its sides. Good camera, really fast.
Galaxy J3(2016) is far better than all j series!
UDSmode , UPSmode that's great !
And all the j series after j3(2016) has low pixel hence no more sharp..
As you increase the j series the ppi density would decrese !
PPI DENSITY is inversly proportional to increasing the j series.
Such as j2(2016) 312ppi , j3(2016) 294ppi, j5(2016) 282ppi, j7&j7(2016) have only 267ppi !!