The Galaxy J2 Core will be the first phone from Samsung that will be capable of running Android Go. We know by now that it doesn’t represent stock Android, but a version with lighter Google apps and it is optimized to run on lower-end models as well. Of course, you will find traces of Samsung UI on top. The J2 Core is based on Oreo, not the upcoming Android Pie Go.
What are the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core specs?
First and foremost, this latest Samsung model will come with an LCD display which will have a 960 x 540 picture ratio. The processor will consist of an Exynos 7570 chipset and it will be run by a 2600 mAh battery. The rear camera will have 8 megapixels, while the front one will come with 5 megapixels. The memory will consist of 1 Gb of RAM and the storage will provide you with 8 Gb.
What can you do with this?
Other models might offer you the chance of playing Fortnite or some other game like that. Of course, the Galaxy J2 Core won’t be able to support such high demands. However, Android Go will allow it to make the most of the limited memory, storage and battery capacity. In these terms, they are the perfect match.
When will it come out?
The Samsung Galaxy J2 Core will first hit Asia after its official launch. India and Malaysia are the first countries which will get to experiment with the new Samsung lower-end product. It was just launched so you better grab one as soon as possible if you don’t want to be left out. The regular Galaxy J2 is currently sold for about $100 and it has better specs. So, perhaps, a price a little bit lower than $100 for the J2 Core doesn’t seem too unreasonable at all.