Tracfone Samsung Galaxy J2 SM-S260DL passes WiFi Alliance certification

Looks like Tracfone will launch a budget prepaid Samsung smartphone called Samsung Galaxy J2 SM-S260DL.

The upcoming new SM-S260DL which received the FCC Approval days ago has passed through the WI-FI Alliance Certification.

After digging through the FCC documents, we discovered that the Samsung SM-S260DL is headed to Tracfone.

According to the Wi-Fi Alliance listing, The upcoming new SM-S260DL comes with  Android 8.1 Oreo out of the BOX.

Additionally, the Wi-Fi Alliance listings for SM-S260DL revealed the firmware version for the device.

As you can see from the above screenshot, the firmware version for SM-S260DL is J260AZ.001.  In fact, SM-J260AZ is the model name for the Galaxy J2 Pure for Cricket wireless, and The SM-J260AZ was spotted in Wi-FI Alliance with same firmware version, namely the J260AZ.001.

So, Now we can confirm that the Samsung SM-S260DL for Tracfone is a variant of the Samsung Galaxy J2 Pure.

Tracfone Galaxy J2 Dash SM-S260DL

In November 2018, Samsung filed two trademark applications in the US for the “Galaxy J2 Dash” and “Galaxy J2 Pure’ names.  We assume that the Samsung SM-S260DL ‘s market name is Samsung Galaxy J2, and it may come with similar specs to the Galaxy J2 Pure.

Below is the brief Specs for the Galaxy J2 Pure J260AZ

Carrier: Cricket Wireless

Display: 5.0″ PLS TFT LCD 540 x 960 (qHD)

OS: Android Oreo 8.1

CPU: 1.4GHz

Rear Camera: 8MP

Front Camera: 5MP

SIM Size: Nano-SIM (4FF)

Battery:2,600 mAh

Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz

Bluetooth: Bluetooth v4.2

USB: USB 2.0

Dimensions:5.6″ x 2.8″ x 0.4″

Weight:5.4 oz



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