Samsung has not yet introduced any smartphone with the operating system Android Go. Days ago we heard that the South Korean manufacturer was developing an economic mobile and today some of its characteristics have been leaked, this device will apparently be part of the series Galaxy J.
The name of the device will supposedly be Samsung Galaxy J2 Core and so far we know of three different models of it, although rumors suggest that they will all have the same specifications. It is rumored that among the main specifications of the terminal will have a 5-inch Super AMOLED screen of which there are no details yet. Inside it will have a manufacturer’s own processor, the Exynos 7570 with four 1.4 GHz cores along with 1 GB of RAM.
The internal storage will be 16 GB. The battery is not one of the highlights of the terminal: 2600 mAh that will be more than enough for the day to day. As usual, the lower mid-range is made up of a single rear sensor, in this case we find an 8 MP one and a 5 MP front one. We know that you will have Android Oreo 8.1 under the system Android Go, the lightweight version dedicated to low-power smartphones manufactured by Google. This could mean that it will not come with Pure Android and not with the customization layer Samsung Experience.
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Android Go will include versions of Google applications that occupy less power, some of them are Gmail, Youtube, Maps, Google, among others. Samsung’s smartphone is currently being tested in various parts of the world under three different models: SM-J260F, SM-J260M and SM-J260G. For now the launch date is not known but it is very likely that Samsung will announce its mobile no later than September.
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