Google continues to push the Android Go project that it initiated. One smartphone manufacturer that has been involved in this project is HMD Global, which recently released Nokia 1 . Now, Samsung is attracted to enter this project.
Mentioned, the South Korean electronics giant will put one device into the project. Is the Galaxy J2 Core that Samsung strives to compete in the Android Go smartphone market.
Leaks about the Galaxy J2 Core which will now become the first Android Go smartphone made by Samsung have also been revealed. Mentioned, this smartphone will come with the Exynos 7570 Quad-core chipset which is combined with 1GB of RAM.
Although this device was included in Samsung’s Android Go project, Galaxy J2 Core still includes several applications made by Samsung, such as Galaxy Apps and Smart Switch . In addition, this smartphone also reportedly will bring dual-SIM hybrid support.
Unfortunately there is no valid information, when Samsung will introduce the “budget smartphone” that it developed. However, rumors circulating, Galaxy J2 Core will be shown by Samsung on the sidelines of the 2018 IFA event in Berlinwhich will take place later this month.