Samsung Galaxy J4 Core is the company's second Android Go phone

Samsung Galaxy J4 Core is the company's second Android Go phone

Samsung Galaxy J4 Core is the company's second Android Go phone

Samsung launched its first ever Android Go device, the Galaxy J2 Core, back in August. The next steps are rollable TVs and foldable handheld screens.

According to Samsung Exynos' Twitter page, the company plans to show off the new Exynos processor on November 14th. "The experience was reengineered to reduce clutter and distractions, allowing the user to better focus and quickly navigate". As for what's new: The Galaxy J4 Core has 16GB of built-in storage, there is a 3300mAh battery under the hood, and the 6-inch display has a resolution of 1480×720.

Google's head of Android UX, Mr Glen Murphy, who was on stage with Samsung, said Google would work with developers to bring more features to the phone.

"We expect to see foldable products from several Android manufacturers", he added.

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- “The foldable display lays the foundation for a new kind of mobile experience, ” said DJ Koh, president, Samsung Mobile. A new foundation?Why would we want our displays to fold?

Now it's just over a couple of months later and we already have Samsung's second Android Go smartphone. Huawei CEO Richard Yu confirmed recently that the Chinese giant, now the world's second-largest smartphone vendor after Samsung, was working on foldable 5G phones. The app developers for Android have also to be kept in the loop to adapt to these changes.

The announcement means other companies can start building the voice assistant system into their own machines and devices as well. Some have even teased the images of these devices for whatever it is worth.

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