The Galaxy J2 Core is the first Samsung phone on the Android Go platform. Unlike other Android Go phones, the J2 Core runs Samsung’s Experience UI instead of stock Android. A new leak has revealed that Samsung will launch a second Android Go Phone called the Galaxy J4 Core and it has been spotted on a Brazillian online store ahead of its official release.
The Galaxy J4 Core (SM-J410G) has a much bigger screen than the J2 Core, as it adds an extra inch to its size. The 6.0” screen is an infinity display with an unusual 1480 x 720 resolution, it is not HD+ (1520 x 720) but it is higher than HD and better than the J2 Core’s 960 x 54 resolution.
The processor is a 1.4GHz quad-core chipset, so it’s probably the same Exynos 7570 inside the J2 Core. There is 1GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable storage (256GB max.). An 8MP f/2.2 camera is on the rear and a 5MP camera is in front for selfies. The Galaxy J4 Core has camera modes like panorama, pro mode, timelapse and even AR Emoji according to the online store.
The phone has dual-SIM support, Bluetooth 4.2, 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi, 4G, and an FM radio. It packs a 3,300mAh battery and has a MicroUSB port. Even though Google already announced Android Pie (Go Edition), the Galaxy J4 Core runs Android Oreo (Go Edition).
When it launches, it will be available in blue, copper and black.