Earlier we wrote about rumours about the first smartphone on the Android Go from Samsung. Now it is officially introduced and we are talking about detailed specifications, and for whom this smartphone is intended.
Specifications Samsung Galaxy J2 Core
Recall that Android Go is a simplified version of the full-fledged Android Oreo. In the official application store from Google, the user can download programs specifically designed for such smartphones. These are lite-versions of applications, the function of which does not differ from the full ones, but they consume less energy and do not load memory much more. Due to this, the manufacturer can save money by installing a smaller amount of RAM into the device, and also reducing the battery capacity. Samsung did the same – in the Galaxy J2 Core installed firm Exynos 7570 and 1 GB of RAM. The size of the permanent storage is only 8 GB, however, there is the possibility of expansion with the help of microSD memory cards. The screen at the smartphone budget is a small LCD-display with a resolution of 960 by 540 pixels. The battery for 2600 mAh will ensure the work of the smartphone until the evening, with moderate use. Naturally, Galaxy J2 Core will not show high results when shooting a photo or video. A 5-megapixel front camera should be enough for video calls, and the main 8-megapixel module is suitable for shooting documents.
Who is this smartphone for?
Samsung Galaxy J2 Core is an entry-level device that is suitable for those who prefer simplicity and a small price tag to a lot of unnecessary features. Also, this is an excellent option for a user who plans to purchase the first smartphone and choose a well-known brand, rather than a Chinese manufacturer.
The Galaxy J2 Core will go on sale in India and Malaysia starting today. The starting price of the smartphone is $ 100.
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