We aren’t sure why, given the success and the more affordable pricing of Chinese handset in any side of the world, Samsung is apparently going to launch another entry-level handset with Google’s Android Go OS – the Samsung Galaxy J4 Core.
The Galaxy J4 Core is basically a much downgraded version of the J4+ launched some months back. The handset flaunts the same 6-inch (1480 x 720 pixels) HD+ display with an 18:9 aspect ratio and 274ppi, but packs a weak quad-core CPU and – believe it or not, in 2018 – 1GB of RAM.
We then have 16GB of internal storage that is expandable, dual SIM support, a single 8MP rear camera with f/2.2 aperture and a 5MP selfie snapper accompanied by an LED flash.
Samsung’s Galaxy J4 Core packs a 3300mAh, supports 4G LTE connectivity and it’ll be available in Blue, Black and copper.
There’s no pricing or release date yet as the phone was only caught on a Brazilian e-store before being officially launched.