Samsung Galaxy On6+

Google has earlier introduced its Android Go operating system which mainly is developed for the budget segment smartphones. A few days back some reports were there indicating that Samsung is willing to take part in this program as well. Today some new details have been disclosed which reveals that Samsung may launch this upcoming device to the global market as it was spotted testing in various platforms. According to our expectations, it will be a budget-centric device, so for more information let’s jump to the next paragraph.

The device with model number SM-J260G has recently appeared in the benchmarks. And as per previous reports, the device is already in the testing phase in the markets like India, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. It will probably be the first Samsung device to come with a Stock Android experience. The news of Samsung testing its Android Go phone in the Indian subcontinent is no surprise as they have previously launched a series of budget handsets here.

As suggested by some sources Samsung is testing this device (SM-J260F) in the countries including U.K, Uzbekistan, Germany, Italy, Ukraine, Russia, France, etc. The same device(SM-J260M) was being tested in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Trinidad, Peru, Paraguay, etc. The smartphone’s model with version SM-J260G is being tested in countries including Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, Vietnam, etc. Samsung may be taking this major step to measure the response of the user’s in a Stock Android device, and if everything goes well then in the upcoming future we will witness more devices from the house of Samsung running Stock Android. For more Android stuff stay tuned to GoAndroid.


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