Notably, Samsung will follow the tradition and will soon launch the Galaxy Note 10.
During Samsung's S10 keynote last month, the firm revealed it will also be launching a 5G version of the S10 later this year. Maybe it's the newer Exynos chipset, maybe it's Android Pie, maybe Samsung chose to optimize things for the tenth-anniversary Galaxy S lineup, maybe it's the 8GB of RAM, or maybe it's a combination of all or some of those factors, but I can't get enough of how quick and smooth the Galaxy S10+ runs. While the Galaxy M series devices will be sold online, the Galaxy A series will be limited to the offline market. The Galaxy A2 Core (SM-A260) from its font appears to have similar bezels as seen on the recently leaked image of Xiaomi's Redmi Go phone.
The back panel is much different, in that it seems to have been built as a unibody design whereas the Galaxy J2 Core had a removable back plate locking into a frame surrounding the device. The aforementioned model is expected (but not confirmed) to become available for roughly $130 which means that the Galaxy A2 Core should not break the $100 mark.More news: India vs Australia - Highlights & Stats
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Precisely engineered to deliver next generation experiences across display, camera and performance categories, the Galaxy S10 range is designed for consumers who seek a premium smartphone that takes the mobile experience toward an all-new level. The phone will come in blue and black. As for the launch, reports indicate that the supposed Samsung Galaxy A2 Core might unveil on 22 March. As seen on the Galaxy J2 Core, the fingerprint scanner is also missing on the Galaxy A2 Core. The 3.5mm audio jack and charging port can be spotted on the bottom edge.
Samsung Galaxy S10 series is the most premium Android flagship smartphone one can buy right now. Stay tuned on PhoneRadar for more details!