News tagged: 'Galaxy J2 Core'
Samsung’s first Android Go smartphone, rumored to launch as the Galaxy J2 Core, received FCC approval just a few days back. The same device is now certified by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) as well. A total of seven different Galaxy J2 Core variants – SM-J260F, SM-J260M, SM-J260Y, SM-J260F_DS, SM-J260G_DS, SM-J260M_DS, and SM-J260Y_DS – have […]read more »
Samsung has developed its first Android Go smartphone which the company is likely going to launch soon. We exclusively reported a couple of weeks ago that Samsung is testing this device bearing model number SM-J260G in dozens of markets across the globe including the United Kingdom, France, Russia and India. The Samsung Android Go smartphone […]read more »
Well, it looks like Samsung’s first Android Go smartphone won’t be running stock Android, as we had all been expecting. We have received pictures of the actual device from one of our sources, and these pictures reveal it will have the Go versions of Google’s official apps installed over Samsung’s usual Experience UX. Samsung Experience […]read more »
Samsung didn’t partake in Google’s Android One program, but there have been recent indications that the company is making an Android Go handset. In fact, it’s pretty much confirmed that such a device is in the works. A benchmark listing for the Samsung SM-J260G gave us enough clues that it’s based on Android Go: the […]read more »
We first reported two weeks ago on the possibility that the first Samsung Android Go handset might be in the pipeline. The company is yet to confirm if it’s going to launch an entry-level device as part of the Android Go program but there’s enough circumstantial evidence available right now to support that possibility. Another […]read more »
Samsung is yet to confirm if it’s going to launch an entry-level device powered by Android Go but that possibility has now emerged as what could likely be the first Samsung Android Go handset has been spotted online. The unannounced device has been listed in the Geekbench database which is where a lot of upcoming […]read more »