Samsung First Android Go Smartphone Passes FCC, Will Soon Be Launched

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Samsung will soon launch its first Android Go Smartphone very soon as the smartphone device has received certification from the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The phone has been listed on the FCC website which indicates that the phone could be launched soon.

The device may be named Galaxy J2 Core following Samsung Code names it was listed under; SM-J260G/DS, SM-J260Y, and SM-J260G. The device will also have micro sd support for expandable storage and could come with Samsung’s Experience UX on top.

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The Samsung J260G is expected to sport a 5-inch Super AMOLED display, an 8MP rear camera along with a 5MP front shooter. The battery rating is speculated to be 2,600 mAh one. The Geekbench listing confirms that the entry-level smart device will be powered by Samsung Exynos 7570 processor with four ARM Cortex-A53 cores at 1.43GHz. The device will also run on android 8 Go. According to Geekbench, the handset scored 625 on single-core testing, and on a multi-core, it reached a score of 1747.

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The smartphone is also reportedly being tested in four markets including, India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.  It is also being tested in Europe in tested in the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Ukraine, Russia, France and Poland. Also, the model number SM-J260M is being tested in South America in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Paraguay. The company is testing the model number SM-J260G in Asian markets including, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam.

Along with the 5-inch AMOLED display is the 1GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage and a storage expansion slot. The device is expected to be launched alongside other Samsung devices on August 9.

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