Samsung has launched its first-ever smartphone primarily based on Android Go, a stripped-down model of Google’s cellular working system geared toward entry-level units.
The Samsung Galaxy J2 Core is, unsurprisingly, not very highly effective — in spite of everything, Android Go is designed to work nicely with actually fundamental telephones. However the J2 Core is a weakling even amongst Android Go telephones.
The J2 Core has a 5-inch, 960 x 540 pixel display screen, an Eight-megapixel rear digital camera, a 5-megapixel selfie digital camera, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, an Exynos 7570 processor, and a 2,600mAh battery. On the software program aspect, the J2 Core will rock Android Eight.1 Oreo (Go version).
If these specs sounds just like the Center Ages, remember the fact that Android Go telephones usually value round $100 bucks (Samsung did not launch the worth for the J2 Core, although) and are invariably entry-level units, usually in markets with decrease shopping for energy.
In comparison with another Android Go telephones, although, J2 Core is fairly fundamental. For instance, Asus’ ZenFone Dwell L1 comes with a 5.5-inch display screen and 16GB of storage. Alcatel’s 1X additionally has extra storage (16GB) and a much bigger display screen (5.34 inches) than the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core. Once more, each these telephones are priced at round $100, so if Samsung’s providing seems to be cheaper, it could possibly be a great deal for somebody searching for an entry degree gadget.
The Samsung Galaxy J2 Core will launch in Malaysia and India on Aug. 24, and Samsung plans to carry it to extra markets “within the close to future.”