Samsung mobile is said to be working on a number of smartphones both in the Galaxy A-series and the M-series. While the A70, A60, and Galaxy A90 have all been in the news headlines for a while now, render of a new Samsung Galaxy A2 core surfaced a few days ago with designs that suggest it could arrive as an entry level phone, perhaps with the Android Go OS on board.
While we are yet to hear the last about the release date, indications have emerged that the phone could just be only a few days away from its launch, as it has now cleared the FCC in the USA where two variants – SM-A260G and SM-A260G/DS have been certified.
Unfortunately, the FCC document doesn’t give anything away, beyond the model numbers, while also tipping Galaxy A2 Core could come in at 126mm or 4.96-inches diagonally. Rumor spinners are hoping the device will bot Android Oreo Go edition out of the box, while a previous Geekbench listing says it will get an Exynos 7870 SoC paired with 1GB RAM.
We are not certain when the device will go official, but there are indications it could be targeted at Xiaomis upcoming Redmi Go tipped to arrive in India tomorrow.