- The Galaxy J4 Core is successful in gaining the Galaxy J2 Core launched a few months ago
- It's bringing a bigger display compared to the Galaxy J2 Core
- It brings 1GB of RAM and runs Android Oreo (Go edition)
Samsung has made its second smartphone Android official Go few days after the disk has been dropped. The Core Galaxy J4 is successful in gaining the Galaxy J2 Core launched a few months ago in some markets, including India. The official specifications and design are not different from what we have been told last week. It's bringing a bigger display compared to the Galaxy J2 Core plus the level of entry level specifications.
Sports of the J4 Core Galaxy shows 6 + inch HD + (720×1480) with a 18: 9 aspect ratio. This is a whole inch more than the Galaxy J2 Core plus a quick solution too. The Galaxy J4 Core has the same 1.4Ghz Exynos core core 7570 square with 1GB of RAM. The device is offered with 16GB of internal storage that is expanded up to 512GB through a microSD card.
Galaxy J4 Core is an Android device that runs a stock and light version of Android 8.1 Oreo. This software has been optimized to work easily on devices with 1GB of RAM or lower storage and minimum. It will be uploaded with Google customized apps such as Google Go, YouTube Go, Gmail Go. Samsung has also re-worked most of its own apps to work easily on its Android Go devices.
Optics for the Galaxy J4 Core includes a 8 megapixel rear camera with a f / 2.2 openup and a front camera with a 5-megapixel front with the same opening. The battery device has 3,300mAh, it measures 160.6 x 76.1 x 7.9mm and weighs 177 grams. Connectivity options for the Galaxy J4 Core include Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, Bluetooth 4.2, USB 2.0, GPS, Glonass and 4G support.
From now on, there are no words that the Galaxy J4 Core will come to India or not. The Galaxy J2 Core was launched in the country in August on 6,190 Rss across offline retailers and a Samsung online store. We expect the Galaxy J4 Core to have a similar pricing if it's done to India. The official price of the device is not yet published.
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