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Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) could launch in these markets

Samsung’s been working on the budget Galaxy J2 Pro (2018), as evidenced by plenty of leaks that have given us details on the device. Today, we’ve been able to obtain a list of countries for which firmware development is currently in progress for the J2 Pro (2018). It’s a big list, although we should make it clear the phone may not launch in every market for which firmware exists. There’s also no guarantee that the phone will launch everywhere at the same time. Asian countries like India are likely to be first in line, with other markets following later.

Here’s the full list of countries where firmware development for the new J2 Pro (SM-J250F) is in development:

  • XSG – United Arab Emirates
  • ACR – Saudi Arabia
  • AFG – Afghanistan
  • AFR – Kenya
  • BTC – Libya
  • CAC – Uzbekistan
  • CAM – Cambodia
  • CEL – Israel (Cellcom)
  • CPW – United Kingdom (Carphone Warehouse)
  • DBT – Germany
  • DKR – Kenya (Zain)
  • ECT – Nigeria
  • EGY – Egypt
  • ILO – Israel
  • KSA – Saudi Arabia
  • LYS – United Arab Emirates
  • MAT – Morocco (MAT)
  • MID – Iraq
  • MM1 – Singapore
  • MWD – Morocco (MWD)
  • MYM – Thailand (MPT, Mectel)
  • PAK – Pakistan (PAK)
  • PCL – Israel (Pelephone)
  • PTR – Israel (Orange/Partner)
  • SEK – Ukraine (Kyivstar)
  • SER – Russia
  • SIN – Singapore (SingTel)
  • SKZ – Kazakhstan
  • STH – Singapore (StarHub)
  • TGY – Hong Kong
  • THL – Thailand
  • THR – Iran
  • TMC – Algeria
  • TUN – Tunisia
  • TUR – Turkey
  • WTL – Algeria (Mobilis, Djezzy, Nedjma)
  • XEO – Poland
  • XFA – South Africa
  • XFE – South Africa
  • XFV – South Africa (Vodafone)
  • XID – Indonesia
  • XME – Malaysia
  • XNZ – New Zealand
  • XSP – Singapore
  • XXV – Vietnam
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