Galaxy Core hears the name of Samsung Android Go smartphone. A few years ago, Samsung did launch Galaxy devices that preloaded native Android through the Google Play Edition program, but with the company trying to bring its wearable device back to the Galaxy umbrella, a Galaxy mobile that runs the native Android system looks rather strange.
As shown, the device has installed the Go version of the official Google application. For Android Go's data storage and storage management capabilities, Samsung is using Samsung's own smart manager applications preinstalled on its devices in 2016, with a screen navigation key, and Samsung Android Go devices have no Infinity display, so Samsung doesn't use traditional physical Home on this smart phone. Button and capacitive navigation keys.
As expected, the Android version of Galaxy Core smartphone is 8.1, which is the lowest version of Android Go device. The date of the security patch is December 5, 2017, which is being tested in many markets around the world. It is still unknown when the official launch of this device is officially released by Samsung.