Samsung Android Go Phone Specifications List Leaked

Samsung Android Go
Samsung Android Go
Samsung Android Go Phone Leaked
Specifications List

The subject arouses from back in April when Geekbench saw a Samsung model no SM-J260G. Now some technical specs have render the Internet about the first smartphone Android Go from Samsung. The image which comprises the specs list has SM-J260F model no written on it and is leaked by the site TechieDrive.

The image indicates that the next Samsung device will belong to the Galaxy J series. This is something that was already suspected since the South Korean company registered the Galaxy J2 Core model. There might be a international variant also having model no SM-J260F. Meanwhile, Samsung is already testing the SM-J260G and SM-J260M in some markets, eventually getting ready to launch the global version.

Specifications: Samsung Android Go

The new Samsung Android Go smartphone will have a 5.0-inch Super AMOLED panel with still unknown resolution. The device will be equipped with quad-core Exynos 7570 chipset operating up to 1.4 GHz. Add to that 16GB of storage capacity and also 1GB of RAM. The Android Google Go platform was developed specifically for hardware with no more than 1GB of RAM. The list revelas an 8MP rear camera and a front of 5MP. It stands out still with battery of 2600mAh and Android 8.1 Oreo. While Android Go is not mentioned directly, the spec sheet leaves no doubt that the SM-J260F will be released as part of the Android Go program.

Samsung Android Go
Android Go User Interface

Go Edition works faster on weaker hardware, delivering 15% higher performance. You also get 2x more storage capacity because the operating system and integrated applications take up 50% less space. There is also a built-in data saving feature in the applications, and the user can control the consumption of data in the background. Google’s pre-installed applications have been redesigned specifically for Go Edition. This includes Google Go, Google Assistant Go, YouTube Go, Google Maps Go, Gmail Go, Gboard, Google Play, Chrome, and Google’s new Go Files app.

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