Two days after the release of the Samsung J4 Core manual on its website, the South Korean manufacturer officially announced the device. This is the second company device that will arrive with Android Go and be the evolution of the J2 Core released in August.
The idea is that it's a entry-level product because it has Android 8.1 Oreo Go, the easiest and optimized version for less power and internal storage devices. Thus, the J4 Core has a quad-core processor of 1.4 GHz, 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage space, with the possibility of up to 512 GB.
The instructions have already given the impression that the J4 core will have simple cameras on the front and back, of course, as expected from cheaper handsets. The sensors are 8 MP on the back and 5 MP on the front for the selfies. The screen has 6 inches with HD resolution.
The battery comes with 3300 mAh, which can charge the smartphone in the long term without so much energy. Although technical specifications leave the device far from the flag and even the intermediary, it is expected that its constraints will be offset by optimized system applications that prevent storage space and are customized to spend less than both networks.
It's important to note that, like J2 Core, there is no 4G network connection, which indicates that it only comes with Wi-Fi. J4 Core comes in 3 models: blue and black.
Despite announcements, the company has yet to publish when it comes officially to the store, or where it will be released. The Indian market is expected to be the first to stop. Other information that has not yet been revealed, the price of the device.
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