Samsung is soon going to launch its first-ever Android Go smartphone in the market. The device dubbed the Samsung Galaxy J2 Corehas recently received the Wi-Fi certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance.
The device with the model number SM-J260G/DShas recently got certified and is reportedly the same smartphone.
As per the certification, the Galaxy J2 Core will run on Android 8.1 Oreo. Though the device will be making use of the Android Go version of Android, previous reports claim that the UI won’t be purely stock after all. We are going to get a skinned and toned down version of Samsung’s Experience UI instead.
Coming to the rest of the specifications of the device, the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core will feature modest specifications owing to the fact that it is essentially going to be an entry-level device. The device is tipped to come with an unnamed quad-core chipset coupled with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage which will have a scope of further expansion with the help of an external SD card. The display will be a 5-inch Super AMOLED unit with a standard 16:9 aspect ratio.
Moving to the cameras of the device, the Galaxy J2 Core will sport a single 8MP camera at the rear with a single LED flash and a 5MP selfie snapper.
At the battery front, we are going to get a 2,600 mAh removable battery. The battery won’t have support for quick charging. The device won’t feature a fingerprint scanner and you would have to rely on the traditional PIN/Password/Pattern mechanisms to unlock it.
As of now, there is no word on the official pricing and the release date of the device.
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