Samsung’s First Android Go phone Won’t Run Stock Google Interface

Samsung's first Android Go phone may maintain a customized interface, but this seems to be slightly different from Google's original description of Android Go in the form of a native operating system.

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Samsung’s first Android Go phone (model SM-J260)

We already know that Samsung will be preparing a new mid-range Android Go device. However, Samsung’s first Android Go phone (model SM-J260), which has been reported in this blog post, has already released relevant appearance images.

According to the SamMobile website, Samsung’s first Android Go phone may maintain a customized interface, but this seems to be slightly different from Google’s original description of Android Go in the form of a native operating system.

But from the Android One project, the partners are allowed to maintain their own features to some extent, such as the dual-lens camera shooting function retained in the Xiaomi A1. Perhaps the Android Go project can also allow partners to maintain a certain style of design.

Galaxy J2 Core
Image source: https://www.sammobile.com/2018/07/03/samsung-android-go-device

However, before Samsung announced the details of the first Android Go phone, such rumours may still be based on the Galaxy J2 that Samsung has implemented in the past, by installing the Google Go series app as a camouflage.

In the previous news, Samsung’s first Android Go phone will be referred to as Galaxy J2 Core, which is expected to be launched in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, and may also be launched in the European market.

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