SAMSUNG GALAXY A2 CORE, ANDROID GO SMARTPHONE, GETS LEAKED
Samsung is outfitting to discharge its second Android Go cell phone like the Galaxy A2 Core. Today another official picture has spilled that is uncovering the cell phone in general look and shabby nature.
As indicated by a GeekBench posting uncovered back in a month ago, the Galaxy A2 Core official name is SM-A260F, which data spilled around some key specs of the upcoming handset.
Outer Looks of Galaxy A2 Core:
As it should be obvious through the pictures, the Galaxy A2 Core delivers the front board to its Galaxy J2 Core. That includes the standard thick bezels and Samsung’s logo in the jawline.
Around the back, the single camera and the blaze are located in the upper right while the basic speakerphone is set rather uncommonly below the LED glimmer. The A2 Core configuration is a return in Samsung’s 2013-2014 time.
A2 Core has Exynos 7870:
Since this is an Android Go cell phone, you should not expect engaging details, and the A2 Core is not an exemption. The handset is fueled by the Exynos 7870, which is superior to what other Android Go handsets offer.
However, things get back in the viewpoint because of the 1GB of RAM. This should guarantee steadiness in the silly Android Go applications but turns on performing various tasks something that almost is not existent on this gadget.
Release Date of A2 Core:
Until the minute that is all that we can guess about the Galaxy A2 Core. In spite of the way that Samsung has not unveiled a discharge date, the March 22 date on the lock screen is a decent piece of information that this Android Go can be discharged when one week from now.