Circulating images of the colors of the Galaxy Note 9 and Samsung with Android Go

Samsung is having a hectic day and “bipolar” today. And is that two of its most awaited mobile news, the Galaxy Note 9, and their first phone with Android GO installed, they had pictures circulating in social networks, each with revelations for those who are waiting for your arrival.

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The colors of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9

To begin with, the top of the range Samsung Mobile, the Galaxy Note 9. According to images circulating on the network, because it would have given to know the colors that will hit the shell of this formidable device. According to the site Samsung Central, this image enlistaría the 5 different colors that would go to the gadget, although nothing has been confirmed by Samsung and this is still a rumor.

Another report of the agency Europa Press, also showed that the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ estrenarían a new version in Sunrise Gold, although just few days ago the division of Mexico introduced the Coral color Blue as the latest novelty to the device and did not advance any other surprise, so we need to be cautious about with the ad.

Well you see the first Samsung with Android Go, peeeero…

Several specialized sites are spreading what, they say, are the first pictures of the first home phone with Android Go, that, according to several reports, it would have a Android pure, but according to these new information, it will not be so.

Already we had told you about the specifications of this device the low range, but according to the site, andro4all, Samsung Galaxy J2 Core does not run Android Stock, and in addition to its operating system would be the layer of customization own brand with the components that exist in any other member of the range of this house in south korea.

What we can see are the native apps of Android Go, but optimized for this model of the house. Also, you may see screens that welcome to the Google operating system based on Android 8.1, Oreo Go Edition, intended for low-end devices.

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