Samsung Galaxy J4 Core is the Company's Latest Android Go Device

First was the Galaxy J2 Core, now a follow up to that first ever Android Go device from Samsung has just been silently revealed by the company and it's simply called the Galaxy J4 Core. As you would expect from a brand new installment of the same line up, this one here has some new upgrades up its sleeve.

Being an Android Go device, it is expected to sport entry-level specs such as quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM. But that's the beauty of Android Go Edition smartphones, more and more budget-conscious consumers will be able to experience the latest version of the Android platform (in this case, it is Android Oreo) at a very affordable pricing.  The watered down version of the Android Oreo is well optimized for such entry-level devices not just in terms of performance but also in saving data consumption.

Some of the upgrades we see here versus the previous J2 Core are found on the display resolution, internal storage, and battery. Unfortunately though, Samsung decided this device to run on the Go Edition of Android Oreo instead of the Android Pie.

Like the other Android Go devices that are already out on the market from various manufacturers, the Samsung Galaxy J4 Core will also come pre-installed with Go Edition apps like the YouTube Go, Maps Go, Google Go, Gmail Go and many others. These apps are again optimized to run smoothly on the smartphone and to help users save more data along the way.

Samsung Galaxy J4 Core specs:
  • 6.0-inch HD+ display
  • 1.4GHz quad-core processor
  • 1GB RAM
  • 16GB internal storage
  • Supports microSD card
  • 8MP rear camera with f2.2 aperture
  • 5MP front camera with f2.2 aperture
  • Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition)
  • WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS
  • 3300mAh battery
While the Galaxy J4 Core is now listed on Samsung's website, the pricing and availability are yet to be disclosed.

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Samsung Galaxy J4 Core is the Company's Latest Android Go Device
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