Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core a couple of months ago. The device is the company’s first-ever Android Go-powered smartphone and is essentially a budget device.
Now, the company has filed a patent for two new smartphones which are going to be the international variants of the Galaxy J2 Core – Samsung Galaxy J2 Dash and Samsung Galaxy J2 Pure.
The two new variants will be made available in the US through certain carriers.
Coming to the specifications of the device, the Galaxy J2 Core is going to sport a standard 16:9 aspect ratio display which is kind of expected with the device of this sort.
There will be a standard USB 2.0 charging port and a 3.5mm headphone jack will make its way as well.
The device is a dual SIM handset and there is no SIM tray at the sides. One gets a traditional SIM slot at the inside meaning that the battery is removable. This might be a good news for some, but keep in mind that hot swapping the SIM cards is not going to be possible with the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core.
There is also a microSD card slot available which means that you can expand the rather tiny 16GB of internal storage. At the back, one can find a single camera along with an LED flash.
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