Samsung Launches First Android Go Smartphone Galaxy J2 Core
Samsung Launches First Android Go Smartphone Galaxy J2 Core | Image Credits: Samsung

Today Samsung Launches First Android Go Smartphone Galaxy J2 Core. This smartphone comes with all the necessary features a normal smartphone have in a less price margin.

Because the smartphone is powered by Android Go, you can expect several things for it. Examples are performance, long-lasting battery and all that.

Galaxy J2 Core comes with Android Oreo more specifically Go edition. So, here you can definitely expect two things from this smartphone. The first one is Speed and the second one is Performance.

Go Edition Apps: With J2 core you expect a lot of storage capacity because the number of inbuilt apps is very low. Moreover, all the inbuilt apps you find here Belongs to Go editions. The inbuilt apps you find in Samsung J2 Core are Google Go, Assistant Go, YouTube Go, Gboard, Chrome, Maps Go, Files Go, Gmail Go, and Google Play.

Battery: Talking about its battery backup it comes with a 2600mAh capacity of the battery. Moreover, because the processor is Exynos 7570, you get a long lasting phone usage.

Camera: Galaxy J2 Core comes with a Front as well as rear camera. The Front one has 5.5MP with F2.2 aperture. However, the rear one has the 8MP camera with F2.2 aperture.

Display: Talking about Galaxy J2 Core display you get 5 inches of TFT display with a maximum resolution of 540 × 960.

Connectivity: When we talk about connectivity, it comes with Wifi 802.11 b/g/n with 2.4GHz of speed. Because we talk connectivity how can we forget the Bluetooth, in fact here you get Bluetooth v4.2?

Sensors: Officials also pack this phone with Accelerometer and Proximity sensors.

To know the full range of specification of Galaxy J2 Core you can visit this link.

Do let us know are you excited about this phone.

Read also: Samsung Launches Galaxy Tab A 10.5″ in India

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