Two years ago, Samsung confirmed the release of an entry-level Android Go smartphone dubbed Galaxy J2 Core. Currently, the tech giant has quietly released the successor of this device, the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core 2020. Despite being introduced after two years, the newest variant doesn’t arrive with lots of improvements and other features. However, the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core 2020 sports a higher storage capacity as compared to its predecessor.
Samsung Galaxy J2 Core 2020 Features and Specs
Samsung Galaxy J2 Core 2020 is equipped with a qHD TFT display of 5-inch, with a 960×540 pixel resolution and an aspect ratio of 16:9. Under its hood, the device houses an Exynos 7570 quad-core SoC based on a 14nm process and 1GB of RAM. While its predecessor arrived with 8GB RAM, the current variant has up to 16GB of storage space. And, it gets more power now thanks to the 2600mAh removable battery.
As for Galaxy J2 Core 2020’s camera, it arrives with an 8MP rear camera sensor, with f/2.2 aperture along with a 5MP selfie camera with an f/2.2 aperture. Despite being released as an enhanced version, it runs on the Android 8 Oreo Go edition.
Other features include Samsung Smart apps that allow users to install apps or store them on the microSD card. Given that Samsung Galaxy J2 Core 2020 is a budget-friendly device, the fingerprint sensor is missing.
Samsung Galaxy J2 Core 2020 Price and Availability
Samsung Galaxy J2 Core 2020 has been released in three color variants, such as Black, Gold, and Blue, with the price tag of Es. 6.299. Currently, the low-budget and entry-level device is listed on the official Samsung Galaxy e-store. Still, the shipping will begin somewhere in the summer, most probably when the COVID-19 pandemic crisis will be over.