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Meet the Galaxy J4 Core: Samsung's Second Android Go Smartphone

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Back in August, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy J2 Core as its first Android Go smartphone. The device, unfortunately, has not yet been introduced in the U.S.

Despite this, the smartphone manufacturer has taken the wraps off of its second Android Go device, the Galaxy J4 Core.

The Samsung Galaxy J4 Core, like most Android Go devices, is an entry-level device with jazzed up software. It runs Android 8.1 Oreo (Go edition), which makes the phone's operating system, Google apps, and Google Play Store optimized for a device of its price point.

On the hardware side of things, the Galaxy J4 Core comes with a large 6-inch HD display with 720p resolution, a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of built-in storage, and up to 512GB memory expansion.

To take pictures with the phone, there is an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with a 5-megapixel camera in front. The phone also comes with a 3300mAh battery.

Right now, there is no word on when the Galaxy J4 Core will be available as well as how much it will cost. We will keep an eye out for further announcements.



Source: PhoneArena  

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  1. Heads Up: Consumer Cellular announced this month that it was increasing the amount of data for many of its Connect Plans. Here's the link ...
    https://www.consumercellular.com/WhyUs/Social/Newsletter/2018/November#3.

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  2. Same old boring entry level specs.

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  3. Why all phones are 6+ inches now?.. Also in 2018, releasing phones with 1GB RAM?

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  4. 1 GiggityByte of RAM???
    16 GiggityBytes of built in storage???
    Android Go or NO, this is unacceptable at any price point.....practically 2019 now.....not 2009 !

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  5. 1GB of RAM makes this device nearly worthless unless you are using it as a large screen feature phone. There are already very affordable phones on the market that are not crippled. I don't know why they would offer this in the American market, usually such phones are only sold in emerging markets like India.

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  6. At least it doesn’t have that crappy curved screen garbage. “Infinity display?” Whatevs, man, I still see the frame’s edges looking at the Note et al.

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