Samsung is apparently planning to launch its first Android Go smartphone in the coming months. its benchmark results have been leaked on Geekbench, confirming the existence of the alleged device.
After the initial arrival of a handful of emerging players, including Alcatel, HMD Global, Lava, and Micromax, it appears that Samsung is now set to build its first Android Go smartphone. The device in question is powered by an Exynos 7570 processor with four ARM Cortex-A53 cores at 1.43GHz and Android 8.0 Oreo. On single-core testing, the unnamed handset reached a score of 625 and on a multi-core, it reached a score of 1747. the Samsung SM-J260G handset includes 1GB of RAM but runs Android 8.1 Oreo.
For those who’re not aware, Android Oreo (Go Edition) is designed to work smoothly on entry-level smartphones with less than 1GB RAM. All Android Oreo (Go Edition) smartphones ship with the latest version of Android and include a set of apps that are optimised for the platform.