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Samsung’s Galaxy A2 Core hits Bangladesh market

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18th May, 2019 09:30:58 printer

Samsung’s Galaxy A2 Core hits Bangladesh market

With the aim to cater to smartphone users within a budget and targeting consumers opting to use a smartphone for the first time, Samsung Bangladesh has unveiled Galaxy A2 Core.

The newly launched phone will replace Samsung’s one of the highest selling budget devices, the Galaxy J2 Core, said a press release.

The Galaxy A2 Core comes with the Android Go Edition which is specifically designed to provide high performance and provide more space for users to utilize. The smaller android installation package sizes, lightweight Operating System and incredible RAM efficiency give users more speed and convenience. There is an inbuilt storage size of 16 GB which can be expanded up to 256 GB using micro SD card.

On top, its 5-inch qHD display is an ideal choice for video consumption and light gaming. The users can not only enjoy quality video experience but will also be up for a staggering 11 hours of continuous video playback experience. The A2 Core does not skimp on the camera as its 5-megapixel camera produces great photos.

About the device, Md. Muyeedur Rahman, Head of Mobile, Samsung Bangladesh, said, “Galaxy A2 Core is at the sweet spot for consumers opting to use smartphones for the first time. Its preceding device, Galaxy J2 Core, was our one of the highest selling units in the local market and we believe, A2 Core will live up to the legacy.”


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