Samsung is preparing to unveil another smartphone with Google’s Android Go system. This will be the second smartphone of the brand with this operating system and will most likely hit the Portuguese market.
The first Android Go from Samsung was exclusive to India, however, since it is in the “A” range, it is very likely that it will reach the Portuguese and Brazilian markets. Incidentally, this will be the perfect competitor to low-end Nokia.
According to the information, the Samsung Galaxy A2 (SM-A260F) went on GeekBench showing some of its specifications. Since it is Android Go the specs are low and little intended for anyone who wants a smartphone with more performance.
The Samsung Galaxy A2
According to the image, the Samsung Galaxy A2 will only count 1GB of RAM and the processor Exynos 7870 running 1.6GHz. However, do not be alarmed by the lack of specifications.
Android Go is perfect for this type of smartphones. The new Mountain View company system gives us a lightweight version of Android and with updates on time and hours. In addition, it adds and recommends applications Lite and Go destined to this type of equipment.
What is Google’s Android Go
Google created Android Go so manufacturers would not ignore low-end devices. This system not only gives us the updates but also cuts the size of the operating system to half. That is, the smartphone will stay fluid longer.
Android Go is a system for low-end smartphones intended for users who rarely use the smartphone. That is, perfect for those who are looking for a cheap smartphone and for few tasks.
There are still no dates for the Samsung Galaxy A2 but it is very likely that the smartphone will arrive with the new line “A” that is expected to happen after the revelation of the Samsung Galaxy S10 this month.