Samsung’s Galaxy J series was first brought to the market back in 2013 and initially began as a higher-end style device with the original Galaxy J having a 1080p display and 3GB of RAM. This idea quickly changed as the Galaxy J1 dropped all the way to 512MB of RAM but was released the year
Back in August of this year, Samsung introduced the Galaxy J2 Core, which marked the first smartphone from Samsung to take run Android Go.
This quick follow-up to the Galaxy J2 Core is only Samsung’s second Android Go device.
The Galaxy J2 Core is Samsung’s first Android Go device. We just heard the budget phone might make its way to the United States.
Blu’s first Android Go phone retails for $90, and includes a few features you won’t find on other Android Go devices.