Another Evidence Hints Samsung’s first Android Go Smartphe

Although Samsung's efforts at the moment seem to be focused promoting the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 phablet, part of the goal may also be to develop an Android Go smartphe. The device has been leaked and rumored several times in recent weeks, but the intensity of the telephe is increasing as the launch date approaches or when new developments take place. This time another proof appeared the web to indicate that there is actually a Samsung device with Android.

As noted by Sammobile (shared by Android Police), the device firmware is leaked and is also called the lite versi of some of the original applicatis of Samsung, including the "Samsung Internet Go". The applicati is the lighter versi of the Samsung internet browser and, as expected, some functis are missing.

It is said that the applicati uses the Android WebView platform to display the ctent. Therefore, the applicati could weigh less than 17 MB compared to the 80 MB of the applicati to fully share. Unfortunately, browser extensis are not supported. It also lacks the night mode or the Samsung Cloud Sync functi.

Although there is no cfirmati when we will see the Samsung Go Android smartphe the shelves, Sammmobile states that since the firmware was published line, the maker of the handset may be about to launch the device.

The smartphe can carry the nickname Galaxy J2 Core. Key features include the 5-inch Super AMOLED display, the Exynos 7570 processor, 1GB RAM, the 5-megapixel frt camera, the 8-megapixel rear camera, the 8 GB built-in storage and the 2600 mAh -battery. According to the specificatis, it can be expected that it is a budget offer from the company, probably in competiti with Motorola, Nokia and perhaps the Xiaomi Mi A2.

It is also possible that Samsung starts the Galaxy J2 Core at its IFA 2018 cference. The company has already sent invitatis for the event that will take place later this mth.

Source: Gadgets


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