Android Go smartphones run a version of the Android OS that’s optimized for smartphones with entry-level specs. Many manufacturers have since released their Android Go devices. Samsung recently came out with one as well and it appears that the company now has another such device up its sleeve. It may be called the Galaxy J4 Core.

The Galaxy J4 Core has appeared on a Brazilian retailer’s website. It seems that the retailer published the handset’s details a bit early as Samsung is yet to officially announce it. The handset is essentially a bigger version of the Galaxy J2 Core, Samsung’s first Android Go smartphone.

It features a 6 inch 18:9 aspect ratio 720×1480 pixel resolution display and a quadcore processor. There’s 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. This will be a dual-SIM smartphone with a dedicated microSD card slot. It supports external expansion up to 256GB.

There’s also an 8 megapixel rear and 5 megapixel front camera for all of the users’ photography needs. The front camera even gets an LED flash. All of this is backed up by a 3,300mAh battery. Samsung will offer the Galaxy J4 Core in Blue, Black, and Copper hues. There’s no pricing or availability information for this device available right now but given that it has already popped up at a retailer, it may not be long before Samsung launches it officially.

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