Samsung announces Galaxy J2 Core, company’s first Android Go smartphone

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We have seen plenty of leaks and rumors about the South Korean giant Samsung’s first ever Android Go smartphone. Now the company has announced the launch of the most anticipated Android Go powered smartphone named Galaxy J2 core. Just like any other Android Go smartphones, this one also comes with no standard specifications and features, instead, it comes with a less powerful chipset and entry level specs.

 

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As we mentioned above, the all-new Samsung Galaxy J2 Core comes with a less powerful entry-level chipset from Samsung, termed as Exynos 7570. It is then paired with 1GB of RAM. The Galaxy J2 Core comes with a 5-inch display with 540×960 resolution. The device features an 8GB of RAM and there is no mention of the expandable storage space. The device has an 8-megapixel rear primary camera and a 5-megapixel sensor for the front selfies. The device has a 2,600mAh non-removable battery.

Samsung Galaxy J2 Core smartphone¬†runs on Android Oreo (Go Edition) operating system out of the box. As you know, Go devices usually don’t come with powerful hardware, same you can see in this model too. It comes with entry-level specifications, which are just enough for the Android Go operating system. The device packs with many of the Go apps, which are optimized for low power devices. However, Samsung has included some bloatware too.

The new Galaxy J2 Core Go Edition is priced at $100 or less, as we don’t have an official word on that. The device will be available soon in India and Malaysia.

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