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What can you expect from a sub-$100 phone? Check out the Galaxy J2 Core, Samsung's first Android Go smartphone, as it gets official.
Samsung continues to expand the popular budget-friendly Galaxy J smartphone family, with the J2 2018 officially unveiled in India, and a J2 Core likely in the pipeline running Android Oreo (Go Edition) software.
Believe it or not, Samsung seems proud of the missing Wi-Fi, 3G and LTE support on the Korea-only Galaxy J2 Pro, priced at the rough equivalent of $185.
Samsung may have been India's top overall 2017 smartphone vendor, but Xiaomi won the final quarter, also leading the full-year model popularity chart.
Far from what you'd call special or eye-catching mobile gear, the entry-level Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) and mid-range Galaxy On7 Prime have come out in Vietnam and India respectively.
In spite of what the name suggests, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy J2 (2018) looks closer to a 2015 than a 2018 Android smartphone release.
Unsurprisingly, the Galaxy S7 Edge racked up the best H1 2016 sales numbers of all of the world's Android phones. Shockingly, the Galaxy J2 ranked second.
The Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro is slightly more powerful than the standard J2 (2016), while the Galaxy Tab J looks identical to the Galaxy J Max inside and out.
No official word on pricing yet, but as long as it's $200 tops, the Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016) sounds fairly enticing, Smart Glow notifications and all.
Instead of one notification LED, Samsung could have a ring of them around the camera. It can help you take weird selfies and tell you how well you are.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016) looks an awful lot like the recently released J3 (2016), which makes us wonder exactly what the OEM is thinking.
As if the similarities between the Galaxy J5 and On5 weren't enough to mess with your heads, the Samsung Galaxy J3 is announced with nearly identical specs
The Samsung Galaxy J3 is yet another looming low to mid-end Android smartphone with a 5-inch 720p screen, and quad-core Snapdragon 410 SoC on deck.
The oft-rumored but mostly lackluster Samsung Galaxy Grand On moves one step closer to a commercial launch with a 4G LTE-capable FCC visit.
A comprehensive possible list of Samsung Galaxy J2 specs has just been leaked. Could this be a full description of the real deal?