New leaked image of a device with 5.0 inches screen suggests that Samsung is prepping what could be their first Android Go device that will probably be called Samsung Galaxy J2 Core. From the look of things, the smartphone is going to be mid-ranger with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.
This was first teased sometime in April when a benchmark listing for an entry-level Samsung phone surfaced, the listing hinted a device with SM-J260X code-name. Subsequent reports have revealed more about the Galaxy J2 Core’s specifications and its market availability.
Specs revealed before now includes 1GB RAM, Android 8.1 Oreo, and a quad-core processor. And now, a new leak has popped up, which reveals few more key specs of the upcoming Samsung phone.
According to the leaked image, the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core which is powered by Android Go will be carrying the Exynos 7570 SoC, it will boast a 5.0 inches display. Storage is 16GB, while camera setup is 8MP at the back and 5MP at the front. A 2,600 mAh battery will be on standby for powering the phone.
No news on when the device will be officially launched nor it’s expected price range but with the lowly specs on ground, a likewise low price tag is expected for the Galaxy J2 Core.