Samsung will most likely soon officially announce its first Android Go device, the Galaxy J2 Core. The device has been in the news for a while with live photos appearing online and revealing it will have Samsung’s Experience UI and not stock Android. Its user manual was also seen online last week. Now an official render has surfaced which reveals all the possible color variants the phone will come in.
Based on the image, the Galaxy J2 Core will come in black, gold, pale blue, deep blue, and violet. The phone will have a single rear camera with an LED flash below it. There is also a slit on the side which is probably an outlet for the speaker.
The leaked manual revealed the Galaxy J2 Core will have a removable back cover and a removable battery too. It will also have support for two SIM cards and a MicroSD card. A Geekbench listing from a couple of months ago also revealed the phone will have 1GB of RAM and be powered by the Exynos 7570 processor.
There are a bunch of Android Go devices already available in the market from big and small name manufacturers but this will be Samsung’s first. We believe it should launch first in markets in Asia and Africa.