Samsung announces Galaxy J2 Core, company’s first Android Go smartphone

Samsung announces Galaxy J2 Core, company’s first Android Go smartphone

Samsung announces Galaxy J2 Core, company’s first Android Go smartphone

Samsung's new phablet, the Galaxy Note 9, is now available at retailers and mobile carriers.

When combined with the built-in storage of the 512GB model, users will have 1TB of storage in their handsets, which is a first for mass market smartphone models.

Samsung also unveiled the Galaxy Home, its smart speaker with Bixby, at the event. "Its Immersive 6.3 inches display and slim design are sure to make a style statement", Aditya Babbar, General Manager, Samsung India, said in a statement.

Samsung and Apple are always to compete against each other because the two represents the best of Android and iOS.

Some of the biggest improvements in the latest Note 9 are the increases in internal storage, which are significant compared to the 64GB, 128GB or 256GB storage capacities of the older Note 8, the higher-capacity battery and its support for faster LTE wireless network speeds.

The smartphone features a 5-inch qHD (540x960 pixels) TFT display.

Let's not forget that the S Pen can also control your PowerPoint presentation slides as a remote clicker. The super capacitor inside the S-pen gives the device a 30 minute battery life with only a 40 second charge. Furthermore, the CPU is paired with an Adreno 630 GPU and 6GB or 8GB of RAM. Thanks to the supposed improvement of the Galaxy Note 9 break the Bank, although in-game component was not.

For those who don't know Android Go is a stripped-down version of the original Android operating system designed for smartphone with low-end specifications. On the front, the device has a 24 MP front-facing selfie camera which supports 1080p video recording and also offers face unlock. There is also a fingerprint sensor that sits below the sensors, but it is placed oddly close to the camera setup.

Samsung has also made changes to the DeX software.

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