Samsung unveils Galaxy J2 running on Android Go

Samsung unveils Galaxy J2 running on Android Go

Samsung unveils Galaxy J2 running on Android Go

Galaxy Note 9 changed the course of history the entire line, and Samsung is rightfully considered the best smartphone as its brainchild. All Note 9 models get the same 8-megapixel front camera that was included in the Note 8. A Lilac Purple variant showing the device from all angles. Speaking of Fornite, Note 9 and Galaxy Tab S4 users gain access to an exclusive skin to use in the game. We can see the horizontally stacked dual cameras along with the flash alongside, inside a rectangular ring. This blue render corroborates with all in the past. A 4000mAh battery completes the package. A new wireless charger box has also been by tipster Roland Quandt, indicating that will also introduce a new wireless charging pad at the event.

Of course, these colors are not exactly new colors but it is nice to see Samsung adding more colors to their devices as the last few have been offered with a more muted range of colors. More details on this product will be known at launch.

This is the first time that the S Pen is functioning not only as a writing instrument, but as a remote control as well. These features are expected to come to the, and presumably the Note 9 as well.

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The smartphone is powered by the mid-tier Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 octa-core SoC paired with 6 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage with a micro SD card slot for additional storage expansion up to 400 GB.

The Note 9's biggest feature the S Pen has been upgraded and can be used to perform a bevy of features. Also in Galaxy Core J2 is the camera on 5 and 8 megapixels and a good battery 2600 mAh, FM receiver, receiver Global Positioning System, slot for microSD card and support for cellular networks of the fourth generation.

Out of the box, you get Android 8.0 with Samsung's own skin on top which includes a software-based face unlock feature.

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