Samsung requests trademark for its first Android Go smartphone, Galaxy J2 Core

Samsung Galaxy J2 Core

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Reports are that Samsung Galaxy will renew its J-series. In 2018, the Galaxy J4 and J6 models are expected. But there are still a lot of Samsung smartphones coming. So today we discovered a trademark for the unannounced J2 Core.

Samsung Galaxy J2 Core

Samsung Electronics submitted the application on 4 May 2018 to the Korean KIPRIS. The trademark is categorized as smartphones; mobile phones’.

Last month the first reports about a possible Galaxy J2 Core got underway. This device will probably replace the Galaxy J2. It becomes a real budget smartphone. Twitterer Roland Quandt also announced that it will also be the very first Android Go smartphone from Samsung.

HMD Global has already announced the Nokia 1 , these budget phones also runs on the Android Go operating system. This relatively new Google OS is optimized for smartphones with limited hardware. Alcatel and ZTE also have an Android Go smartphone in the portfolio.

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A Geekbench benchmark test had already surfaced for the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core (SM-J260G). The cheap phone is powered by a 1.43Ghz quad-core Snapdragon 7570 processor with 1GB of RAM. The device runs on Android 8.1 Go Edition.

Samsung Galaxy J-series 2018 models

The new J2 Core can be announced at any time. By the way, it is not the first time Samsung has captured a product name for the new J-series. Other Galaxy smartphones where Samsung recently received a trademark for are among others; Galaxy J3 Star , J3 Top , J3 Aura, J3 Orbit, J7 Star, J7 Top , J7 Crown and J7 Aura and Galaxy J7 Core.

The talks about a possible Galaxy have completely stopped in the past month. It may be that this device eventually became the Galaxy A6 .

Via: LetsGoDigital

Samsung requests trademark for its first Android Go smartphone, Galaxy J2 Core