Not a day has passed since yesterday we knew the LG’s first mobile with Android GO and we already have the first news that another Korean firm, Samsung , would launch this year its first mobile with Android Go . This is revealed SamMobile exclusively, who says that the mobile is already being tested in some markets.
While LG launches its terminal, and other brands such as Nokia already have in the market their Nokia 1 with Android Go , there are other brands, like Xiaomi, who are already working on bringing this operating system to their smartphones . Now Samsung is another of the big brands that were missing (with the permission of manufacturers such as Sony or HTC) to develop their phones with the Google operating system for entry-level devices.
Apparently Samsung is already willing to participate in the Google Go Android program with a device that is currently being tested in different regions and that, for the time being, is known by its model number: SM-J260G. We do not have too many details about this new Samsung phone beyond that it works with Android Go , but the medium specialized in the telephone manufacturer affirms that the terminal is being tested right now in four markets in the Indian subcontinent: India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
When will the first Samsung mobile with Android Go arrive?
The markets mentioned are usually those where Samsung, traditionally, usually market their low-budget devices, so we can have a more or less clear idea of what we can expect from the first mobile with Android GO of the company . We would be facing a smartphone with a mid-range processor and 1 or 2 GB of RAM as well as 16 or 32 GB of storage. At the head we come that Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro presented earlier this year and equipped with 1.5 GB of RAM as well as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor, so maybe this first Samsung mobile with Android Go it could be a variant of it.
Shortly after testing the phone in India, Samsung is extending the testing period of the SM-J260F mobile. Apparently the mobile is also being tested in the United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, Germany, Italy, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, France and Poland, so it would not be unreasonable that this Samsung’s first mobile with Android Go also land within our borders. If the same is in the “test” phase it is likely that it could be presented, in the region that is, in the next months.
The presence of A ndroid Go in a terminal Samsung will help the company test the market to see how to improve its customization layer Samsung Experience Looking to the future and even raise the launch of mobile phones that boast an Android experience without adulterations of the firm.