• Samsung's Android Go smartphone visits the FCC, launch could be imminent

    8 days ago - By Phone Arena

    Last month, it was revealed that Samsung was testing its first ever Android Go device in a number of markets across the globe, signaling a nearing launch. And today, further confirming this, the smartphone has been certified by the FCC in the US.
    In actual fact, four different variants have been certified, these being the SM-J260G, SM-J260G/DS, SM-J260Y, and SM-J260Y/DS. As is common with FCC certifications, no major details are revealed other than the various LTE bands that the smartphones support and the fact that a microSD card slot will be included. However, it's worth noting that the ...
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  • Samsung's Android Go Smartphone Gets Certified By The FCC

    Samsung's Android Go Smartphone Gets Certified By The FCC

    8 days ago - By Android Headlines

    It seems like Samsung 's Android Go smartphone just got certified by the FCC, following its Wi-Fi certification. Multiple listings actually surfaced on the FCC, including the Samsung SM-J260G/DS, SM-J260Y, and SM-J260G. As per usual, those FCC listings do not reveal all that much info about the device, though they do mention that the company's upcoming smartphone will sport a microSD card slot for storage expansion.
    That being said, rumors are saying that the company will release this smartphone as the Galaxy J2 Core, and that it will reach a number of regions around the world, including...
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