It would seem that Samsung finally calmed down and order was in his smartphones. The new Galaxy M series, the new nomenclature of the Galaxy A series, as well as the resignation of Galaxy J or Galaxy On were meant to make the Koreans cease introducing the device with long names or not matching the series. However, the upcoming Galaxy A2 Core proves something else.
Samsung will probably never control its chaos.
I do not understand why Samsung is going to launch a smartphone called Galaxy A2 Core in the near future. And I am not referring here to technical specification or its appearance, but only to naming. The debut of this model will introduce to the ordered Galaxy A series, the more so since this year models with a two-digit designation are available. In addition, the Galaxy A family was to include premium models from the middle segment, and in the meantime, soon the Koreans will expand the offer with another Android Go phone, which is about to hit the series. For me, this is a total misunderstanding.
It is enough, however, for my whining. Let's take a closer look at the upcoming news.
From the front of the Galaxy A2 Core it looks very similar to the Galaxy J2 Core – the leading frames are above and below the screen. The side ones do not look better at all, although they are of course much slimmer. The back is slightly different, with the camera module shifted up to the left, like many of the latest mid-range Samsung phones. the below is the speaker grill. This is a rather unusual place for this component, although convenient – when using the smartphone in a horizontal position, it should not be accidentally obscured. The performance will be due to the Samsung Exynos 7870 SoC system , which consists of an 8-core processor with a clock speed of 1.7 GHz (ARM Cortex-A53) and an ARM graphic chip Mali-T830, which in relation to Mali-T720 is almost twice as efficient. SoC system was created in 14nm FinFET technology process and will cooperate (in accordance with applicable standards in the case of Android Go system) with 1 GB of RAM. Bearing in mind that the smartphone was also in Geekbench recently, we know that he worked under the control of Android 8.1 Oreo (Go edition). It is possible, however, that after removing from the box will be installed on it a newer version of the system, and therefore Android Pie.
Your smartphone should debut on the days
It is possible that Samsung Galaxy A2 Core will debut on March 22 this year – this date is on display. This model will certainly appear on the Indian market, as well as in South Africa, because on this side of Samsung there are already support pages for this model. source