After the Galaxy J2 Core last year, Samsung would use Android Go again this year. The Galaxy A2 Core still appears to be on the run, waiting for its officialization.
A few weeks ago, we discovered the first press releases of the smartphone. Today, SamMobile has identified the availability of the user manual of the smartphone on the official website of Samsung.
Unlike the other devices in the A range planned this year, the Samsung Galaxy A2 Core will not use the new One UI interface but an optimized and lightened version of Android with a simplified interface. The idea is to be able to provide easy-to-use smartphones at a low specs/price.
The user manual for the Galaxy A2 Core bearing the model number SM-A260F is now available for download in English. It highlights the device layout and sheds light on the various features that it offers. What it doesn’t say is when the device will be released. The Galaxy J2 Core was priced at around $90 and that’s likely what this handset may cost as well.
According to previous reports, the phone should have a 5-inches screen alongside with an Exynos 7870 SoC paired with 1GB RAM.