A possible successor to last year’s Galaxy J2 Core
Samsung is not yet done for the first quarter of 2019. After launching a plethora of phones that include the revamped Galaxy A family, the all-new Galaxy M family, and the Galaxy S10 family, Samsung is set to update its Android Go offerings as well. Leakster Evan Blass shared a render of the Galaxy A2 Core, and it looks like it will replace last year’s Galaxy J2 Core.
Samsung Galaxy A2 Core (SM-A260) pic.twitter.com/NCw0u32zGc
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) March 15, 2019
Up front, the Galaxy A2 Core looks similar with the Galaxy J2 Core: you have sizable bezels with the Samsung branding at the bottom, along with a front camera on top. The rear looks similar to the Galaxy A10 with its single rear camera setup and LED flash. The speaker is in the back, and you still get a headphone jack.
As for the specs, a Geekbench listing revealed some key specs that include an Exynos 7570 processor, 1GB RAM, and Android 8.1 (Android Go) on board. As a possible successor to the Galaxy J2 Core, we expect the Galaxy A2 Core to have a better set of cameras, a higher resolution display, and a bigger battery.