Samsung consolidates testing of its first ‘Android Go’ smartphone in many countries
Korean smartphone maker Samsung has consolidated the testing of its first ‘Android Go’ smartphone in many countries. Just few weeks on, being rumoured for testing its first Android Go handset in 4 countries India, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka, Samsung is now claimed to have widened the testing development to dozens of new markets across the globe.
It is reported that the handset, carrying model number SM-J260F, SM-J260M, and SM-J260G, is being tested in various markets across Europe, Latin America, and Asia. One of the said models that leaks suggest is believed to debut as the Galaxy J2 Core. Similar to other Android Go handsets, the unannounced Samsung could run Android Oreo (Go edition).
It is expected that in all of these markets, Samsung may launch the new Android Go smartphone. The SM-J260G was also spotted in a trademark application with the Korean Intellectual Property Office. As per SamMobile report that the SM-J260F model is being tested in the Germany, Italy, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, France,UK, Uzbekistan, Caucasus Countries and Poland, while Samsung is testing the SM-J260M model in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Trinidad, and Tobago, Peru, Panada, and Paraguay. Similarly, in the new Asian markets, including Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, and Vietnam, the SM-J260G is being tested.
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