Samsung Android Go phone certified by Wi-Fi Alliance

by Michele Ingelido 0

The first Android Go smartphone by Samsung has just received the official certification by Wi-Fi Alliance. It has been spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance listings with the model number SM-J260G/DS. The latest two letters of the model number indicate that the device will sport a dual SIM slot. Further, the listing mentions the support to the 2.4G band for Wi-Fi networks which indicates the absence of dual-band technology.

At last, it reveals that the operating system installed will be based on Android 8.1 Oreo. From what the latest leaks showed, the Samsung Android Go phone will have the enlightened operating system out of the box, but it will be the first Android Go device to feature a customized user interface. Indeed, it should include Samsung Experience UI instead of being a stock Android phones.

It is expected to come as the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core. It is rumored to pack a quad-core entry-level SoC alongside 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. Its main camera should have an 8 MP resolution, while its front snapper should be 5 MP. At last, there should be a 2600 mAh battery which should provide a long-lasting battery life due to the efficient components. At the moment, its launch date is not known yet.

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